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!!i: SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE l, 1978 II Track Meet Champions of Shepherdstown' Jr. High track county records include (front, left Lebida and Tommy Diehl; Fritts, Robert Buracker, Vic Weigel, and Andrew Banks. by Breeden and a double by R. Nelson. D. Weisler had a triple in the game. On May 25, the Mats edged the Cardinals 3-I behind the pitching of A. Peilerito. Pelierito limited the opposRinn to no runs through the initial four innings until being relieved in the fifth. The Mets scored three times in the third inning on a single by B. Dillow, and back-to-back doubles by Peilerito and G. Gustines. Registration Set Here For Youth, Tennis Youth tennis registration for girls and boys ages 6 through 18, will be held at the Jefferson Memorial Park on June 9 and I0, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day. The popular program which is beginning its eleventh season Yankees play tournament play, and matches with other cities. All new and returning players Winning who desire to participate in any register on one of the above daes it was stated. League under the direction of Harry Barker, Paul Espinisa, Monte KelLer and Glenn Edwards. with the bases loaded. Tennis "lessons will be June 12- The Braves romped over the 16, with league play to begin Giants, 11-2, on May FA, with the June 19. The program is open to Braves' Sowers blasting a home all county residents as well as to LEAGUE run at the right time, with men persons living in the immediate W L on base. Sowers connected tri-state area. 6 0 during a six-run fifth inning that 3 3 propelled the Braves to the 2 3 decision. 2 3 Late in the week, the Giants 0 5 went wild, scoring 13 times to defeat the Dodgers in league LLEAGUE play. The final score was 13-4. ) This contest was highlighted iv L : 6 0 by a barrage of singles, the only 3 3 extra-base hit being a double in 2 3 the first inning by the Giants' 2 4 Hosby. The Giants scored three 2 4 times in that frame, twice in the |d| second, once in the fourth and - the Yankees seven times in the fifth inning to I :h each other in record the win. |U,e:ivisions by The Astros meanwhile were I..,j.,;.-., in Jefferson winning two games to keep their D| W'l '1 League action perfect American League record :   Week. intact. _ rolled to two Wins for the Astros came on ries, one being. May 24, an 8-2 win over-the Cbs, f" / the Cardils On and later in the week, a 17-2 r e V.a closer, but romp over the Twins. Vincing 9-3 win Doubles by G. Adams, q q on May 25 o and Jones, along with a | I,:b. Johnson w" .Wed seven times home run in the fourth inning by -' Q{ the first, aided Adams sealed the verdict by the sea on balls, Astros against the Cubs. In the the long ball outing against the Twins, Adams of the game had a double and a triple, Troy Johnson had a single and a Carrey each double, Dillow had a double and the winners, a triple and Hoffmana double to decision, the lift the "blaiing Astros. The sed bases on  winners scored seven times in in scoring the second inning and six times forced two in the third toput the game out of first, second reach. and added In other action, the Cubs to pick nsecutive outlasted the Braves, 8-3, on ad a doubleviC May 22 by scoring five times in . rallies while the fifth inning on singles by D. Wi, a single and Carey, C. Ott and A. Sherman, era." Sherman.Clang with a two-base blow by T.  lets picked up A 9-7 win by the Twins over the .Wer the Indians, Dodgers took place on May 23, d t.:three in the first, with the inners scoring three e second in- times in the sixth inning and inning was  dotde once in the seventh to pull out the  off the bat  a single by A. /  the winning   frame when  When the op- ..... Walked a batter decision. Singles by M. Breeden and D. Swisher and a double by R. Nelson were the big blows in that decisive sixth inning. The Twins scored their final run on a single E.O.W. MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 725.2500 The Wizard Clipp Singles along with their guests, spent a most enjoyable day touring the Battlefield at Gettysburg and many points of interest. On their return home they visited the Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Satan, a great statue of our Lady risen as a beacon atop the Pangborn Memorial Campanile, The Grotto, the Corpus Christi Chapel surrounded by beautiful Elaine Friend, Mrs. Sandra Gruber and Mrs. Thelma Lint0n attended the Wednesday night class on Rush Seats held at the Jefferson County Community Center. Mr. and Mrs. Harry James and daughters Ruth, Alice and Marian from Martinsburg, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James on Friday. Ruth is home on her summer vacation from derson-Broaddus College in dlip] d, W. Va. Johnny Hough from Bunker Hill, spent the weekend with his grandparents. Mrs. Kenneth Campbell from Laurel, Md., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens. Miss Gall Poston of Arlington, azaleas and Mountain Laurel in Va., spent the holiday weekend. full color near Emmitsburg, Md, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Then On to Frederick, Md., Harold Poston. Arts degree at Slippery Rock State College. Kevin majored in Geography while at Slippery Rock with a heavy concentration in the Earth Sciences, graduating with a Q.P.A. of 3.93. He received the National Council for Geographic Education Award and the Warren T Strain Award. He has served as Vice President of Gamma Theta Upsilon, National Craphy Honorary, was a member of the Internship Committee, Curriculum Ap- propriateness Committee, Dean's -- Departmental Chairperson's Committee and interned at the National Weather Service in Pittsburgh. Kevin, a graduate of Montour High School, holds the distinc- tion of graduating Summa Cure Laude with the highest Q.P.A. of any 1978 Slippery Rock graduate. Kevin is the son of the former i JoAnn Hindman, and the great- grandson of the late T. D. "Ted" Webster and Mrs. Webster, of Charles Town. TRACK MEET WINNERS: Approximately 25 ribbons were won by these eight girls, daughters and granddaughters of Eastern Panhandle residents, at two annual athletic events held in May -- Field Day at Powhatan School, Boyce, Va., and the Quadri-School Track Meet, held this year at Warrenton,'Va. At the Track Meet, those who placed first, second, and third at Powhatan Field Day competed with Field Day winners from Middleburg's Hill School, Warrenton's Highland School, and Leesburg's Loudoun SOUb reek Country Day School. From left, are Ann Douglas Moler, Blake Sperow, Lindsey Athey and Used Clothing Courtenay Cogan, back row; Jill Moler, Mary Hunter Sperow, Page Athey and Nancy Truett- More than 1,000 Cubs and ner, front row. Blake, Mary Hunter and Cour- Scouts of the Shenandoah Area tenay live in Berkeley County; Lindsay and Page Council will participate in the in Jefferson County. Ann Douglas, Jill and June 3rd "Good Will Day" Nancy live in Clarke County, Va., but have collection of recyclable clothing grandparents in Berkeley County and Jefferson for Goodwill industries of Hagerstown, Md. County respectively. More than 50 units plan to participate and will issue bags to Shirley and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. friends and neighbors of Scouts Donald Lee Shirley. Mr. and in the next week and then Cubs Mrs. Kenneth Mills and Renee, and Scouts will pick up the bags Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden, to deliver them to trucks on June. P.F.C. Rusty Shirley from Camp 3rd at the following locations: LeJeune; Kathy Combs from Luray - Shopping Center, Tuscawilla Hills and Mrs. Leggets 12-1:00; Front Royal- Naomi Barrow. Other guests for Royal Plaza, Weavers 9-11:00; the weekend were Mrs. Lee Woodstock - Shopping Center, Kline, Carolyn and Pare from Leggetts 9-11:00; Strasburg - Richmond, Va.; Mrs. Edith Safeway Parking Lot 12-1:00 Jones from Martinsburg and Mr. Berryville A&P 9-I0:00 Bob Hague. Winchester Ward Plaza Holiday callers with Mr. and (Montgomery Wards) 11-2:00; Mrs. Carroll Johnson were Mr. Berkeley Springs - Town Square and Mrs. Stanley Zombro, of 9-10:30; Martinsburg- Penny's Falls Church, Va.; Miss Zola (Berkeley Plaza) 11:30-1:30; Braithwaite of Martinsburg; Charles Town - A&P Shopping Mr. John Bradley, Leetown Plaza 2:30-4:00. Mrs. Minnie Zombro of Ranson Citizens are urged to contact and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy neighborhood Scouts of their Johnson of Martinsburg. interest to participate. Clothing Mr. Tucker White of Stephen City, had a heart attack and is a patient in the Newton D. Baker Hospital. Pvt. William W. White, Jr., arrived home on Friday from Camp LeJeune, N.C., to spend the holiday with his parents and !family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray White. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wangdahl and children from Annapolis, Md., spent the weekend with her father, Mr. Bob Hague. Mrs. Frazier Watson was honored with a picnic on the lawn at their home for her birth- day on Sunday by her husband. These helping to celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Long and Peggy from Shepherdstown Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dick and cheryl, and Mrs. Ann Norrington from Martinsburg; Mr. Jerry Watson and Robin and Jimmy Liskey from the village. An enjoyable afternoon was spent together. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parker of Hidden River, honored their daughter Tina for her 6th bir- where they enjoyed the evening meal together at Samba's. Those on the tour were: Mrs. Thelma Davis and Sandra, Miss Lorri Field, Mrs. Jinny Young, Randy and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicedemus, Mrs. Elaine Friend and Anessa, Mrs. Susie Ring, Billy and Becky, Mrs. Catherine Jones, Jeffrey, Matthew and Mark, Mrs. Betty Nicndemus and Richard, Mrs. Rosie Ring, Mike and Cindy, Mrs. Cookie Burch and Timmy, Mesdames Linda Bureh Virginia Dunlap, Bertha Nicodemus, Dora Feigley, Mary Edwards, Naomi Barrow James Cain. Mary Gruber, Elizabeth Dailey, Grace Swartz, Alma Barnes, Eugenia Shreck, Messrs. Lee Brown, Bob Hague, Ernest Sltisher and Carl Hill. Reminder for the Vacation Bible School meeting to be held on Thursday, June 1st at 6:30 p.m. for the Middleway U,M. Church. Bible School will begin June 12 thru June 22. All children are welcome, thday with a party at their home Sympathy is extended to the on Saturday, May . Those families of Charles "Charley" helping Tina to celebrate, along Light and David "Davey" Clipp, with her parents, were Jinny and brothers-in-law. Both passed Mandy Philberick, Katie Dafley, away on Sunday, May 21, in the Teresa and Stephen Sunde, City Hospital and interment for Ronda, Christy and Pare Bucci, bath were held on Wednesday at Tony, Michelle and Mark the Masonic Cemetery in DelColle, Todd Whitmore Middleway. They were former Jimmy Hoffman, Calriona residents d Middleway. ' Gilbert, Joey Hefner. Refresh- Tuesday luncheon guests with ments were served by Mrs. Mrs. Sandra Gruber, Jeey and Parker. P.D. were Mrs. Elaine Friend The Full Gospel Church at Anessa and Scott, Mrs. Irene Middleway will hold a fellowship Ring, Mrs. Virginia Pierce, Mrs. Rosie Ring, Mrs. Anna Gray, Mrs. Wanda Ring and Miss Teresa Ring. Mrs. Mary Frances Rebert, Mrs. Nellie McKee, Mrs. Susie Ring and Mrs. Naomi Barrow from the Wizard Clipp Singles , also can be bagged and taken' HEW Grant To directiy tothepickuppointsas service on Saturday night, June 3 at 7 p.m. Rev. Clark Elliott, pastor. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bud-, denhagen, Kathy and Ricky, of Miami, Fla., and Mr. Robert Buddenhagen, of Charles Town, enjoyed a picnic and visited Mr. Shepherd For New Program Frederick County, the Front The Division of Education at Royal-Warren County United Shepherd College has received Way, the United Way of notification of the award of a Berkeley County, W. Va., and grant by the Department of the United Givers Fund of Health, Education, and Welfare Jefferson County, W. Va. to support the initiation of a program to prepare teachers to work with the handicapped children being educated in the regular classroom. This grant was one of the thirty approved out of more than 1300 ap- plications submitted. June Designated As Daiff Month In West Virginia CHARLFTON -- June is Dairy Month and because of this the 1977-78 W. Va. Dairy Prin- cess Julie Sue Sommer will be traveling throughout the Mountain State promoting the West Virginia dairy industry said Agriculture Commissioner Gas Douglass. The West Virginia dairy in- dustry has over 1,100 dairy farms that produce 400 million pounds of milk, representing 25 )ercent of West Virginia's l agricultural income. The value of milk and milk products in one year alone is over $40 million. The West Virginia dairy in- dustry works to serve you, your family, and the Mountain State. Julia is the 19-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. practicing veterinarians in the area and the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, he has confirmed that a problem apparently exists. Several horse shows are scheduled to be held over the Memorial Day weekend. Douglass said, "These shows include horses from a wide area of West Virginia, as well as some from out-of-state. Therefore, we need to guard against the disease being spread to West Virginia horses through contact with horses from the Penn- sylvania area." Douglass pointed out that he will have animal health officials on hand at West Virginia shows to examine them for signs of the disease. In addition, he advised West Virginia horse owners who plan to show horses in Penn: sylvania to check with show officials for additional in- formation before taking their horses to the show." Local Lions Attend State Weekend Meet A number of Lions Club members attended the 56th annual Lions State Convention indicated. Almost 3,000 bags of held in Wheeling recently. clothing were collected in this Among these were William one-day event in 1977. Blackford, Sr., Alfred Collins, The Shenandoah Area Council, Alexander Costello and Lewis Boy Scouts of America is a Nichols. participating agency of the Business sessions wereheld in Fund of Winchester- the Wilson Ledge at Oglebay New Pediatridan Locates In County "Pete" Somer of Southside. She recently completed her sophomore year at Marshall University. She is a graduate of Point Pleasant High School and is a member of the Harmony Baptist Church. When not in school Julia lives on the 150-acre Remnios (Sommer spelled backwards) Farm, where her family operates a dairy herd of 120 registered Holsteins, milking 62. As a part of the promotion, Julia will make television ap- pearances, speak to various clubs and organizations, and attend the W. Va. Strawberry Festival. Be sure to watch for her in your area this month and support the West Virginia dairy industry. Announcement was made late week by Dr. Raziu Y. The grant, co-authored by Dr. Messajee, a native.of Tanzania, Billy Ray Dunn and Dr. Donna but a resident of India until Griggs, was a cooperative an- several years ago, that he will deavor on the part of the faculty his profession as a of the Division of Education. Ii pediatrician in Charles Town.' will provide for the addition of Dr. Mossajee is already here six new courses within the and is searching for a home for klivision, will initiate services to his family which includes his handicapped children and their wife, a nurse, and a five-year-old parents in this region, and will daughter and seven-week-old prove for one new faculty son. member holding a doctorate in Dr. Mossajee studied first in Special Education. Bombay, India, at the Grant Courses taught in connection Medical College and then went with terms of the grant will he on to study pediatrics for two open to educators, parents and in Nairobi, Kenya. other citizens who are interested Dr. Mossajee then came to in the education of the han- Conn., to spend three dicapped child within the years in the Yale-affiliated regular classroom setting. The center there. grant was designed to assist The doctor then worked two local education agencies to years in pediatrics in the Air comply withtherequirementsof Force at Eglin AF Base in Public Law 94-142. Information Florida. From the Air Force, he regarding the course work and went to North Dakota but found other, aspects of the grant may the area to be quite isolated. t heobtsinedfrom Dr. Billy Ray Horse Disease Dunn, Chairman, Division of ;AINT JAMES meeting held on Tuesday, May and Mrs Alvin Linton over the BAZAAR at the Jefferson County holiday. Gets Slippery Community Center. The theme Mr. Harold White of , JUNE 3, 197 8 ,o, the program was "Onward Springfield, Va., visited with Mr. Ever Onward." The ladies en-and Mrs. Charles Kearns on Rock Degree joyed a covered dish luncheon. Monday. A M;A00sUNTIL Mr. andMrs. Charles Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley, SAI00IT and Mr. Lee Brown attended the St., entertained on Sunday in , Senior Citizens picnic held on honor of the birthday of Harry, ,May23attheparkinBrunswick, Jr., and Connie's 3rd wedding Md. Mrs. anniversary. Those attending Mrs. Curtis Nicodemus, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert GROUNDS Charle Town, W.Va. BOOTHS White Elephant - Arts & Crafts 3oaks (Old& New) GAMES - Darts - Fish Pond - (Begins M 1:30 P.M. FOR SALE as-Furniture-Bric-A-Brac :NTS  Drinks-Hot Dogs This Big Affair State Park and the banquets were held in the new Civic Center, where an address of welcome was given by the Honorable William Muegge, vice-mayor of the City .of Wheeling. Muegge stated that this building stood on very historic ground and that Indians camped on that very spot in 1749. On Saturday night, the District Governors' Banquet and Ball was held with Second In- ternational Vice-President Lloyd Morgan, of Market Grove, Lower HULL, New Zealand, giving the principal address. Enfertaifiment was furnished by the Blue Ridge, Music for All America, of Spartanburg, S.C., and the Dnc Williams Country Show. LIVESTOCK SALES The quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, May 29, 1978. Receipts of all classes moderate. Good butcher steers, $52 to $55; plain to medium steers, $45 to $5t.75; good butcher heifers $43 to $42; good bulls, $48 to $50; plain to medium bulls, $44 to $47.50; commercial cows, $41 to $43.60; utility cows, $38.75 to $40.75; canners and cutters, $34 to $38.50; stacker and feeder steers, $50 to $60; stock and :feeder heifers, $40 to $54. Choice to prime calves, $76 to $86; good butcher calves, $65 to $75; medium butcher calves, $50 to $60; thin calves, $49.75 down; heavy calves, $40 to $60. Good butcher hogs, $,50 to $50.60; medium butcher hogs, $49.50 to $49.90; heavy butcher hogs, $44 to $49; butcher sows, $37 to $45; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, $45 to $50; shoats per hundred, up to $65; pigs per head, up to $50; boars, up to $29. r .... SHARK STEAK DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. -. "Steak--S1 a pound" is "selling like wildfire." Some say the shark steak tastes like pork and is very mild. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Bank o Charles Town, a corporation Plaintiff V, Robert J. Draper, Jr., .... Evangelyn Frutkoff (aka Van Frutkoff Defendant Civil Action No. 78-C-132 The object of the above en- titled action is to obtain a judgment upon a negotiable promissory note made by the Defendants, which is in default and to attach the real estate of the Defendant Evangelyn (Van) Frutkoff in Jefferson County, West Virginia, to satisfy such judgment. And it appearing by an af- Fidavit filed in this action that Evangelyn (Van) Frutkoff has left the State of West Virginia and is presently residing in the state of Michigan, and that shells now a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is ordered that she do serve upon Thomas W. Steptoe, plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 104 W. Congress Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action on or before June 30, 1978, otherwise judgment by default will he taken against her at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can he obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court May 29, 1978. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of Court June l-3t COMMUNITY OIL CO. INC. 1978 SUMMER FILL-UP PROGRAM 1978 Education, Shepherd College. Reported , ,k -k ,DISCOUNTS, -k "k- ,k Is Kevin Crabbe Kevin M. Crabbe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarke M. Crabbe of 7 Valois Avenue, Ingram, Pc., has Charleston -- An influenza- like virus disease is affecting horses in Southwestern Penn- sylvania, according to Agriculture Commissioner Gus R. Douglass. Some horses have died from the disease. Douglass said that his office has received several calls from $.01 PER GALLON PLUS 2% CASH TEN DAYS NET 30 DAYS NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR NEXT WINTER HEATING BILLS, ALSO PROTECTS YOUR West Virginia horse owners STORAGE TANK completed all 0f the about the reported disease * * * * requirements for the Bachelor of outbreak. 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