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10 I t Of 0N FatlTlet's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1974 i| R Snn'r. AOVA Start an Umbrella I of Suvlngs... TODAY Into each life, a little rain must fall.., and so musta few unexpected financial emer. gencies. Have money ready... a savings plan will do that. THREE SAVINGS PLANS TO CHOOSE FROM... It's a great feeling to have a good bank behind you. Because we care about you... We'll take good care of your money. Our staff is always ready to help. Come learn about the many tine services... Door's openl See For Yourself How Cooperative Nice Page Jackson:-- i FROM PAGE 9 Jefferson, irst in the 600.yard 'xm, the .time being 1:52.6. Deb e Wte o Sou Jefferson, as second and I)ele, an Sum- mers of Page Jackson was thief ' In the Sotbl ,trow, ,I.ttra NI, of Page Jackson, was itirst with 'a ,toss of 1264eet 7 ndms. Lisa ,Robinson of the C. W. ilxley school was second nd JerTi Stel#henson of Page Jackson, third. In the 50.yard dash, Tanda Lee of Noth Jefferson, was iTst in 7.0 seconds; Ynita Stick eM, of South Jefferson was see nd and londa Link of &ep exdown was third. In the ',broad jump, Venus McDona4d, Of Page Jackson was rst with a leap of 7 ,feet acl One indl; wth Linda Harsh- man of South Jefferson, second wand Joann Day, of ,Page Jack sor hrd. ' In the 400 yard relay, Page Jackson was first, covering the distance in 58 seconds, w" Nor Jefferson second; and South Jefferson . .Robin Brackett of .the .an- son sool, won the shuttle rn,' with Vicky Biter of South Jefferson second and Kelly Weese, of Seherdatown ,thi imm m H HALLTOWN Mary Lane Costello Mrs. Viola Wright and Mrs. Vivgir Gray. were dinner guests at the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. BAil Carlisle of Berryvitle, Va. on (Monday everdng. ViOla Wrigh,t, ;M,s. VSrgiria Gray and Mrs. Harry Oinges of Carles Totem were n Win- chester on Thursday fernoon. drs. Dinges entered the Win- chester Memm'J HospRel vore she underwent surgery on riday morning. A biirtday perry in honor of Mr. Elwood Socknan was eld ,his home in Marinsbur on Sundya a.f, temoon,. Iso. held was a  wedding nmvery petty .for Mr. ad Mrs. Seck- man, tose present were, Mrs. Clifton Peacher, An and Mel issa, Mrs. Erl Peacher and Alen, ll of HalRown. Sea Yattger of Faafax,' Va. was a weekend uet ith his gr-dmoter, h's. Vvgin ia Gray of IItown. M'. and rs. Norman 'Wite of Glen Ga, W. V., rs. Jmnes Bowers off Obares Town and Me. Austin Bowers and son DwgM Iso of Cavles Town vet 1 at he bmtm at Wiltlam Hoak and Miss Dot Bowers on Saturday evemng. M.r. and Mrs. Lee Friend of Riverdale, Md, were visitors  the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Dav- id Penwel'l and family on Sat- rday evening. Mrs. Elmer Wright of Chr- 4es Town, ;Mr. and ,Mrs. Gran- vid.le Wright of Vi.rginia Beach nd Mrs. Virginia Gray of Hall ,town ,visited Mr. and Mrs. Wi, l`i tam Strickler on iriday even- ing. (Mr. mad Mrs. ,Martin Grimes and Jimmy of Charles Town, Mrs. Randy Crites and (Mr. and ;Mrs. Gary Gray and sons were visitors t the .bathe of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell oad amily on Satuday evemng. Mr. Denms Orndorf of 'Lau- rel, was a dinner guest at .the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,Wi`i.liam Hoak and Miss Dot Bowers on Sundy everrirg. Miss Vicki Barthlow of Mar- tin,burg was a visitor at .the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,David Penwel'l and .family on Thurs- day evenirg. sRors t the home of Mrs. Vi.rgini Gray during the week end were Mrs. Gary Yauger and son, Scan, of Farfax, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grey,, {Mr. and Mrs. Gery Grey and sons Chris mad Andrew, Mr. and Mrs. I,g Grey and son, ob- ie, Mrs, Joseph Sealove, Terry and Ramon and Miss Becky Seaove of Herndon, "qa., {M'. and Mrs. David Penwell, Judy, Jeanne, Li.nda and JOhnny Smoct of HaHtown and Mr. and Mrs. artin Ga,imes of Charles Town. iss Judy Penwell of Hg- ,town as been accepted by che Y. C. C., and will ,be working ,there durisg the summer. Mrs..Gary Yauger and so, Seen and Ms. Vigima Ca'aT were visRors at he , home of Mrs. Herman Wlis of Chles Town on Stmday evening. Mrs. Elmer Wright ind ,Mrs. Virginia Gray attended a dedi cation erice on :Sunda7 after noon .for e aew educativna btdlding at Burnt Factory, Va., and later in the evening attend ed a covered dis supper whioh dd at ,the dnuch. I HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mrs. Reid Geronlmo Uv4t Metxlist Wo- m.t of alivr U,Red Metho- dist .Chmch w*ll stxmsor a Rummage Sale t he Old ak. ely buidHng in Caies Tovm ery building in Town and Creamer's Give Harpers Women's Tennis Talbert's Furniture League Is Being Ferry First Defeat Formed A t Park Wins Softball Tourney ty S.ftball PI00" ,h. 'leTatberts Furiturebats most v,ltmble , Coun . o, Park .wi.M, once again span men ef Woodbridge, Va...won ourmment. He sor a women s single tennis ,the dmmpionshp of the Mere- games for league his summer. I.eague orial Invitational SofSbafl Tour in tounamem County Softball League ers Ferry hat.hen eir first rmtches wi be played on Man nament staged on the diamonds n the fimi one day throa_h Friday mornings at the Legion Park field Satur Furniture. STANDING OF TEAMS defeat in 10 games this season, from 8 A. M. until 9 A. M. each day and Sunday under the aus- The team Teams W. L Jim Smothers was the winning pitcher ,in the 4-3 victory by day. Each .lady would play one pices of the Jefferson CaLmLy phy were o Oreamer's, while Frank Simons or two mornings a week. Lea- ,Softball League. from Johnson City, Tenn., spent the veekend et e Cliff side (Motel ,looking over the Twin Towns of TIarpers Ferry and Bolivar. :Dr. Lee is .iterest ed in .Mcating in ,hithis area as a general practitioner and was very much impressed with wha.t e saw. He wi.U et the Bolivar Civic Associ,tion know is decision 4tter. Mr. ana .Mrs. Larry Jones from Jefferson, Md. visited his parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. David Jones in Bolivar over .the week end and also ,her sister Mrs. Annabelle Merrian of Browns vi41e, Md. Phil and BiLl ,Nunn spent the weekend with .their parems, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Numa dn Bolivar, they are both students rt Bowie State College dn Md. We extend sympathy to Mr. nd ,Mrs. 'Donald .Ranoad, i in the 'loss of the}r son and ,to {M, rs. Mary Eaclfles in the loss of her .brother ,Mr. ,Riley. The Veterans of Foreign of Post 3522 of C'harles Town donated a la, g o .the Lutheran Center in Beliwr this week. Harpers Ferry 9 C0rkey's 9 Badger 7 Frederick. 6 Creamer's 6 Merchant & No]and 5 C0urtney's 4 Bakerton 2 Ron's I Smoot's I O I I 2 took the .loss. 4 In other action Thursday 4 evening Bakerton scored a vic- 5 ory over Snmots. 5 In the Wednesday May 22 7 action Badger kept pace .with 9 Harpers Ferry  Cerkey's in 9 the league 'ace by edging Cour tney's by a 1-0 score. The action Tuesday evening, Creamer's ,batsmen puled a May 21, saw Corkey's keep pace rel surprise in the Jefferson with Harpers Ferry by defet- Courrty Softball ,League pla in ing Ron's Construction and action Thursday evening, May Frederick edged Merchant mad 23, when they .anded the Harp Noland. trke Reverend and rs. Speaker ffor the 10th annuel David Wood, left on Wednes- commencemer, t s .the Honor- day of ast week for Charleston able Jeanette F. Reibman, the W. Va. going there o attend enly woman member of e the annual convention of the Pen.nsylvan.ia State Senate, Episcopal Diocese of West Vir wo serves as chadrman of fiae ginia which was 'held ,this year Senate Education Commit,tee t Morris Harvey Uni.versity and vice-ohairman of the Sen- near there, ate I.bor and Industry cam- Mrs. Dorothy Anders of Char mittee. les Town was a visitor on Sun- Founded in 1869, Wilson is day a the aome of Mr. and one of .the nation's irst four- Mrs. CLayton Stagner and .their yea colleges for women. children. On Memorial Day Mr. and Mrs. Stagner erttertained H F at a cook out ,held a "{Monte arpers erry View", ,their guests being Mr. and ,Mrs. Raymond Pickett and Softballers To ohildren of Jefferson Vil, lage, {Mr..and Mrs. Wally Qualini of Darkesvi'lle, W. Va. and thedr Meet Astor 'Cab son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron of Middleway and Mrs. Stuart The Harpers Ferry softhal,1 ,team, tied for the lead in ,the Crim. Mrs. Margaret Kilmer and Jefferson County Softhal4 Lea- People Can Be t 9:30 A.M. ly gifts and delicious rdresh- Dr. Zdsoon Lee and ,his wfe rnems were served by the ,host esses. Those present .for ,the occasion in ,addition to Mr. and Mrs. Rudoiph, Mr. mad Mrs. Webb, the Reverend and Mrs. Stevens and their mHies ,were Mr. and Howard Fellers, Mr. and Mrs. ,Russell Druscel, ;Mr. and ,Mrs. A41en Giassford, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire the Mesdames Ulis Johnson, William Gbbs, Claude Payne, Mr. W. O. Macougtry return- _ .... ed ,home on Sa4urday from Charleston where they ,had gone as delegates to the ann- ul convention of the Episcopal Diocese of West V`irginia. Mr. and Mts. Robert Chris- man of Leetovn were visitors on Sunda7 at the ,home of the atter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Frr. Surprise House Warming Mr. and Mi's. Marshall Jenk- ins were 'honored by a surprise housewarming, given by their daughters, Mrs. Ernest Rud- olp and Mrs. Ernest Webb and by rs, Glenn Stevens, at t.her new home on Sunday after, noon. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent during wh,iCh Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins were presented with many love SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Russell (Rusty) Heare, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hem'e, who was among the graduates from Shepherd CoMege on May llth, was graduated Magna Cttm Laude, one of .the five froma class of 391 ,to atin the hrighest honors wich may be earned on the ,basis of .four years scholastic excellence. 'Rusty", wose a-erage for his serdm" year was 4.0, receiv- ed his BoOhelor of Aa"ts ez'ee in secondary eruca-tion. Named as a McM, urran scholm" ,last year he was also awarded the Serdor Ma*hematic Award, re- ceived an award rom Pi Sig. ma Epiisi'lon rternity and has been named in "Who's Who in American Cot,eges". Mr. John ussell of , Cureh, Va. xrived ,here :last week .to isit with his son in ,, law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wllace Snyder a "West She stone". &Iso visiting with e Syders on Saturday s .their daughter, Mrs. John (Magaa and her irffani daughter Jenni- ' er of Rnson. Miss Eleanor We is ecup- eraing from a ,bad  suffer- ed ,la't week at her home; a]- ,though she was ,badly bruised in e fa'l,1, fortunately no bones were suffered in the Helen Streets, Leonard Camp .ton, all of Summit Point, Mrs. Bentley Rudoll of Cales Town, (Mrs. RiclTal S'h`irley of Middleway, Mrs. Jerry Beydler end Mrs. Witliam Lowe of Berryvil,le, Va. Miss Isa.ble Dru schel of Washington, D. C., Miss Patricia Cheshire and {Mr. Donal Kremer f Winchester, Va. Dm'ing the aernoon a brief service of dedication was "held by the Reverend Glen Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey had ,visiting with ,hem on Sat- .urday the ormer's brother and sister in law, M,r. and ,Mrs. Jeff Stamey who were en route from their ,home in Missippi to a new Ranger station in New York to which the former !has been Iransferred. Later tha day .Mr. and Mrs. Stamey and tffrelr ckildren, Karen and Dou. gEe, left to spend the weekend camping 'at Shawneeland near Winchester, Va. They were joined there on Memorial Day for a picnic dinner by Mr. and Mrs. rnest Rudolph and sons Mark, Paul and John, Danny Chapman and the Reverend and Mrs. Glen Stevens and sons lark, Richie, and Glen. ,Mrs. Alen @lassford and her mother, Mr Carl Menear, spent several days last week ,in Morgantown, ,having gone ,there to visit the ,later's son, M. Wlter Menear, who is a `iem in .the West Vrgirtia Uni- versity Hospital. Miss Carol Ramkey To Receive Degree From Wilson College Mss Caol EBis Rakey of Charles Town, is a candidate for .e Bachelor of Arts. de- gree at Wilson Cotlege, Ohmb ersbug, Pa. MiSS ,Bamkey, whose major field of concentration is sooio. logy, is t daughter of Rev. md (Ms. Wil:lima H. ,Ram key of Carles Town. Her mne has ,appeared on e dean's Hst every yore" dm'ig her co lege career. exeroises ate on Jtme 2. Hue play .would begin on June I0 and continue through Aug- ust 16. The league is open o all Jefferson County residents. There will be an entry fee of $2.00 per player. Entry ,forms may be obtained from Glenn Edwards at the park or cal.l 725-4337 and rom Mrs. Linda Sptmich at 725-2836 t's. Spunich wi, ll serve as the leagues secretary - ,treasurer .this year. No entries will be accepted after June 3. Money must accompany entry form. gue. with a 9-1 record, wi play host to .t'he Astor Cab softball- ers of Cumberland, Md., Sun- day June 2, in a doubleheader at .the Legion Park lield. Tommy Coffin, president of the Jefferson CourKy Softball- said the first game will begin at 1:30 This is the same team whieh defeated Corkey's of the county league in bot games of a doubleheader Satur day, My 18 in Charles Town. Eight County Students Jefferson CountY The Furniture store boys had gue. to go into extra innings, how- For teams ever, to win over Godfrey's league made R Volkswagen of Winchester, Va. first day of by a dose 3-2 score, out in the sunday Carl Estes was named as the rounds of ,play. held in he WYU Coliseum. Weston, W. Va. Those receiving degrees Mrs. Hammond from .the county were: Nancy in the progr0ma C. Alexander, BS degree; Paul Ring. She Douglas Linton, BSdegree; Get produced ardo M. Salsano, BS degree; had complied and Carl RoHyn SuLlivan, an ed. They AB degree, all from Charles West Virginia" Town. John .David Kite off Kear Icy Resource neysqlle, a BS degree; Seinta Jean Taylor of Ranson an AB Mambo degree and Louisa K. 2dfller an ,u,,,,or_0r AB degree and June Alice Strider, a BS degree. They are CROP nep t both from Shepherdstown. In reporting Mrs. Mildred Hammond the CROP "'Walk for the Presented Program At newspaper last mittee regrets ere errors of omissio Media Conference The ,name of inadvertently Mrs. Mildred Hammond, C. list of committee W. Shipley Schools, Mrs. Linia did an Received WVU Degrees O'erly, Harpers Ferry Junior ions of thanks to High and Mrs. Marcia Lorart, liam Raemkey A total of eight students Opequon and Berkeley Heights Presbyterian from various parts of Jefferson Schools attended the 25th Ann and also for the County were among the some ,iversary Spring Conference sonally 4,500 studenets who received de .meeting of the West Virginia the Rev. Whale*] grees Sunday, May 19, at West ,Educational ,Media Association he pl.ayed ,in the Virginia Unixersity's 105th The three day meeting was at 4.H Clubs of .the Oommencement in ceremonies Jackson's Mill, State 4-H Camp also overlooked- A SOL/#, UllfllG YOf# TOW/f.V o b Promotes business by advertising products and servkes available in your Hometown. Supports churches, schools and dk duk by pub- fishing informafian cncerning their activities Interprets notional news in local terms. Recognizes individual members of tke comae nity., us interesting events occur in their Prints local news of intense local intered,  Ovoihble only through your Hometo paper. By recognizing every facet of the community, your Hometown Newspaper P understanding and cooperation for the good of ihe entire area. HELP YOUR HOMETOWN GROW... SUPPORT YOUR HOMETOWN tiEWSP4?il Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate