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ii SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, MAY 264 1983 I Program Is County Students At State Math FieM Day Bus Tour 11 KocTnanyns, Jr Dean | Prograrrm at the Inter- School in St. Louis, the admission Lofton to the Doctor of and Graduate School is an , transodtural institw to the preparation of in exclusively doctoral to ~ the challenges of a world. in an orientation St. Louis Missouri, this plans to begin locations such Church, Virginia or D.C. is a native of Jefferson Helen ,and the late Ben- She is a graduate of College and James ' where she receiv- degree in Pre- and a B.S. degree in Education respectively. ducalSo received a Master's tion with a major in Univer- done advanced graduate ,and supervision during 1982-83, being nam- Educator in Marquis and Southwest, of the South and The of Women. Coow P Mary Coomler (above) of Mr. and Mrs. Paul has been award- pre~pbarmacy student ~ the term opens next Junction es Graht nmn, Ken- Scho of a BAte- to euntinue his school : of the school's regular to and your family, or illness g. lllJm~, Mrs. Alice Rissler presented a pro- Miss Charlotte Koontz presented' gram, "Meals on Wheels", to the devotions and prayer. Mrs: Moler's Extension Homemakers Club Hockensmith conducted the business on May II at the home of Mrs. Florence meeting. McMilian in Shenandoah Junction.A book will be given to Shepherd- Mrs. Rissler stated Meals on Wheels stown Library in memory of Brown is a ram-profit organizaUou in the coun- Hendricks. ty, serving 32 clients five days a week. The following officers were elected She does the meal planning, shopping for a two year term beginning in and cooking. The supervisor comes in September, 1983: Mrs. Robert at 8:30 to start her duties and respon- Hockensmith, president; Mrs. Paul sibilities. Grover, vice~presideat. The revised constitution was read and accepted. Meals are packed by two people and Several members won ribbons at the labeled with names and addresses, CulUa'al Arts display for county exhibit then heated in a hot oven for 10-15 May 2 when judged at the Extension minutes before packing them in large' Office. styrofoam containers for travel. The The Club will tour Coming Glass containers used for foods were Works on June a at l : 30, with a meeting displayed at the meeting, after the tour. Members will meet at Meals consist of a meat, vegetable, the home of Tbelma Moler for car pool* salad, dessert and drink, a balanced ing at 12:30. meal. There are four routes in the cot - Delicious refr--~,~,hments were served ty, with two volunteers for each route, by the hostesses, Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. The generous volunteers help with all Nila Law and Mrs. Abner phases of the program. Hockensmith. fil The May meeting of the Betsy Ross Extension Homemakers Club was held at Use home of Mr. and Mrs. Linden Bush. The lesson was given by Mrs. Arthur Chandler. The topic was "Making Fitness Fun." Michelle Hough Is High-Point Winner It was noted that most people do not starting any exercise program cme should consult one's physician. There are four parts of any exercise program. They are the warm-up, the endurance, the flexibility, and the cool down. These exercises should he done on a regular schedule. Reports were given by the various cxmm'dttees. Memhers were told by the craft committee chairman the materials they would need for the club's June workshop meeting. For the Arts and Craft Festival in June, members were asked to donate borne baked goods. Also, members were asked to help work at the booth Members were told of several pro- grams for all County Extension Hmrsenmkers. This includes a lunch and learn workshop on Jume $ at the Jefferson County E~ion office. On June 28, there will hea trip to Carroll County, Md. Then on July 2Sth the area meeting will be at the Moorefmld Poultry Festival. A theatre and dinner trip for the club members was discussed. A final deci- sion will be made later on this trip. 8 members present were serv- ed refreshments by Mrs. Bush. CLARKE COUNTY LOCKER PLANT Barryville, Va. 22611 Pkmm: 703/955-1269 Lambs, Hop & Veal. All hogs are ~aided dmrlag FaU & Winter months. Storage facilPJes avail- able oa aH meats procem~d ia oar plant. "ALL MEATS ARE VACUUM PACKED" CALL EARLY FOR AN APPOINTMENT AND FOR OUR REASONABLE RATES. Twelve students from" Jefferson County were members of the twenty- eight member team that represented Region VHI in the State Math Field Day held rec~tly in Morgantown. Jason Soubier, a student at Jeffermn High Sa'mol, rece/ved a plaque tar plat- mg in the ten of the high school com- petitors. Jason will represent the State of West Virginia at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Math Competition at Penn State University in June. Tamara ToiPms (above), a student at Charl~ Town Junkr High received the Best Math Sport Award. Tammy was the only seventh grader selected for this award at the competition, Oth Jeff en County studa3ts who took part in the competition were: A.J. Shiben, Keratin Baird, Leslie Sisk and Michael Walter of Jefferson High School; Lyn Nuse and Tamara Togans from Charles Town Junior High Sdmol; Chrisy Poling, Michael Banelli and Tina Parker of South Jefferson Elementary; Kristin Evans of ~el2~'ds/ow~ Elementary and David Farrell, North Jefferson Elementary. (Photo by Tim Sinn). Marian Lloyd Named College '"h o's Who" Michelle Hough, above, participated Who's Who Among Students in recently in a Martinsburg baton American Universities and Co|leges twirlathon and cap/m'ed the high-point Editorial staff and West Virginia trophy in her age group, 11-14, return- Wesleyan College are pleased to an- ing home with nine trophies and one nounce that the 19S3 edition of Who's medal. She is the daughter of Mr. and Who Among Students in American Mrs. Calvin C. Hough, Lone Oak Universities and Colleges will carry the Estates, Leetuwn Road. name of Marian Marsball Lloyd, She was named "Miss Rhedoden- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence dren" in the modeling segment, plac- Lloyd, Jr of Charles Town, who has ed first as best appearing majorette, b msek tedasb m amonstheomn- first in basic strut, first in parade nut- try's most outstanding campus leaders. jorette, first in military strut, first in She joins the elite group of students solo, first in flag, second in hoop and selected from more than 1,400 instltu- fifth in fancy strut, t/ore ofbigher learuing in all 0states, She is a private student of Sbari the District of Coknnbia and several Bxmsell. foreign nations. POTOMAC RIDGE ENTERPRISES.Inc Will be open with a Large Selection of HOUSE&PLANTS Now in stock GYPSY MOTH SPRAY IN SHEPHERDSTOWN ON FLOWING SPRINGS ROAD (304) 876-3252 Buy With Confidence -- Save With Pride -- When You Shop Rosen's Men's Tank Tops 99 & ENTIRE STOCK LADIES' Swim Suits Off The Original Price LADIES Tube Tops ENTIRE STOCK Men's Walking Shorts OffThe Original Price GROUP OF LADIES' Thonge Sandals ENTIRE STOCK Ladies Shorts Off The Original Price ENTiRE, STOCK MEN Swim Trunks Off The Oriel $7.99 SHORT SLEEVE ENTIRE STOCK Sweat SOY'$ & GIRL'S Shirts Swim Wear Off The Original Price Tennis Shoes LA ES REG. TO s2g.00 GROUP TO $S4.00 Charm Step .eN~ Shoes Dress Shoes $15oo $150o STORE HOURS: MONDAY thru SATURDAY 9:30 - S, Friday 9:30 - 9 near Lancaster was joyed by the tour Mrs. H. H. Hunter group. The home of the Bavarian AMISH CUSTOMS pretzels has the largest oven in the AND CULTURES world with silos capable of holding Under the capable handling of driver 320,000 pounds of flour at one time. Rocky Rowe, a capacity 45-pass~ger Each year about 175 thousand people L and L motor bus embarked on a one- visit the complete productkm d big soft day sightseeing trip to the Amish emm- pretzels and a variety of many other try d Pennsylvania last Tuesday. shapes and sizes of pretzels. Rocky wasn't ~ only man among the The pretzel was first made in a b~oad of lovely ladies. We were for- Bavarian monastery. The twisted tmmte to have one lone man jeln us but shape of the pretzel was originated by he was hard to gee. (Mr. John Hargett). the monks whe baked them. They had A substantial breakfast at Cross a habit of standing with their arms Keyes Restaurant, Oxford, fortified us crossed as they watched the pretzel for the trip to Lancaster County where ovens bake them hence they adopted we were ~ by a tour guide for the their cross arm twist for their original Dutch country tour. He was a native product. son of Mennonite faith and well inform- Another fun visit was made at the ed as regards the customs and cultures Village of Intercourse where a number in the plain people area. of small Arts and Crafts Shops afford- We were told that 340,000 people now ed shopping for most anything in- reside in their beautifully kept large cluding flowering plants and souvenirs. farmssit~mtedintherollinghillsofcen- Last but not least a stop at Roots tralPermsylvania. They still have 66 of Village Market at Manheim. This the one-room ~ of which one famous market provides the sh~ is open to the public and tourist trade, with stall after stall of homemade According to tradition, as the delicacies andfarmpreducts. Quires children marry rand have their own treat to bring home ham hocks, lebanon families they build houses adjacent to bologna, cheese and home baked apple the home of their parents| hence one dumplings, fritters and breads. house becomes a complex of houses. Before ret jrnir home we again We visited one in particular where the stopped at Cross Keyes and had father had added a retirement home for another good dinner with a menu to suit himself within the complex. Some of all tastes. the children, all dressed in their plain, Elsie Hough and Rocky put these long, handmade cotton dresses and trips together. They aim to please the dark stockings, visited the lmm selling wishes of the entire group of 45 old iron horseshoes trimmed in artif'~.al passengers. Plmm are geared to satisfy flowers and handwritten cookbooks, the requests of the patrons however it Their graveyards bear mention. Row is not necessary for everyone to take in upon row exactly alike, are the gray all the forms of entertainment that are headstmms. Theonly difference is the made possible for them. It is in- height. The tall ones are for the adults teresting to just enjoy the bus ride of and the short ones for children. No over 300 miles through the beautiful favorites shown, the guide said. The countryside at this time of the year. Amish are a peace loving, God fearing A 110. fee for Tuesday's trip seems group. 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