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Scholarship Presented To By Bank Of Charles Town *resentations made last week at the High School Awards assembly Lf a Nursing Scholarship by the Bank of TOwn And in the above picture, Henry Jovanelly, vice-president of the bank, is the presentation of the scholar- iss Patricia L. Cronin. The recipient the Nursing program at Shepherd with the fall semester. She has a Candy Striper at Jefferson for the past three years and Considerable experience working With patients Her scholastic record at High has en most outstanding and most active in many school func- some years has set as her goal that a registered nurse. Show, Luncheon Is With $875 Profit  I75 Was realized on i:kHill fashion show  Which was held at L r Inn on April 19  by the Jefferson rdll.,pital Auxiliary. rltll  meeting of the It Hi] 'q ent, tiPS t) allexpressed who par- gfuo tl | project stating mini leased with the all. (   members, with iche ,.! the public. Mrs. crel ,-:'r, Sed hope that efferson County  raenhers f ,IqttlC o the : -'qary, To become a IY.. ant of annual i el With no other ' iept voluntary I[d attendance of ?rious projects. .,eral treasury !;.' hpital needs. 1i%" ', treasur i t Street, Char L'.. t. 't Hospital Auxiliary Mrs Morgan; Yowell; ] Mrs. H. Corresponding ell H. { interest were annual awards of the and will be. held at the Zion Episcopal Church Sunday, June 25th. Mrs. Riley and Mrs. Morgan represented the auxiliary at a District Workshop, Morgan- town, on April 26th. The ob- jective of the workshop was to exchange ideas among auxiliary members in regard to various !activities and projects of the auxiliaries throughout West Virginia. Wednesday, June 28th, at 2:00 p.m., the last regular meeting will be held at the hospital with no meetings during July and August. A cordial invitation is extended to persons interested in becoming a member and to learn of the various volunteer services that are being provided by auxiliary members. Senior Citizens' Choir To Perform On Sunday, June 4 The Deaconness Board of the Zion Baptist Church will observe their Annual Day, Sunday, June 4th, by presenting the Senior Citizens' Singing Choir of the Nutrition Site in concert at 3:00 p.m. This choir is made up of senior citizens of the Jefferson County community. This choir has lifted the hearts of many shut-ins and is deserving of everyone's support. THe pastor, Rev. Parris, invites the public to come our and enjoy this fine group of singers! TIME AGAIN !!l LOU'S DANCE STUDIO Four Courses at Shepherd Lions Conduct SOCIALCLUB :00000000]Awardsevent PERSONAL P.ONE:=047 At Cliffside The Harpers Ferry-Bolivar ;'- ,, or  1 lLa:(iness :bthbaad utse:ath and Yq''''" 7-204" % ._lffside Motor Znn on Wed-nesday evening, May 24. [,j-[ Awards and plaques were presented to Lions members with Past Zone Chairman ELDERHOSTEL 78 Off Alfred Collins presenting certificates of appreciation to ' ering P E R S 0 N A L S Earl Peacher and Jacob Eggborn for outstanding and dedicated service. drawing. Also offered during this week is Healthful Living taught by Mary Hayward. "This course will be based on specific student interests and courses" ac- cording to Professor Hayward. Other courses for this week include the Metric System and Writing to be Understood. This academic program is sponsored  by the W. Va. Board of Regents and the W. Va. Commission on Four courses will be offered during the first week of West Virginia ELDERHOSTEL '78, June 4-10, at Shepherd College. Applications are still being taken from local residents who are 60 years of age or older. Designed for academic stimulation and enjoyment, those courses require no tests, no grades, and no homework: Instructors for these short courses are members of the Shepherd ollege faculty. In addition to full-time college teaching, Dow Benedict is a working artist in drawing, et- ching and sculpture. Benedict will be teaching the ELDERHOSTEL course in Homemakers Discuss Aging with partial funding under Title I of the Higher Education Act. Interested persons could contact Linda Dunn at Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, W. Va., [ 25443 or call 876-2511, ext. 289 for further details, i held Friday, June 2, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will he held at the Jefferson County Community Center in Bardane, between Charles Town and Kearneysville on State.Rt. 9. After a short business meeting there will be a program given by Mr. Howard James, a local taxidermist, on "Mounting Animals" with particular em- phasis on preparing hides for tanning. This is an important aspect of commercial rabbit raising. The annual Spring picnic will he held on Saturday, June II, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Schiffman on Rt. 48 in Kear- neysville. Those who wish to attend are requested to bring a covered dish. The public is invited to attend all functions of the Rabbit Club nd to participate in its projects. The group was formed to bring together those people in the area who are interested in raising rabbits, whether com- mercial, fancy or "backyard bunnies". New Bridge Club Ufe Master Here With a first place finish las Wednesday, Bernice (Mrs Gene) Diamond, of Mar- tinsburg, became the first member of the Charles Tow[ Duplicate Bridge Club to ear the American Contract Bridge League rank of Life Master. A Life Master must have wo 300 Master Points, at least 50 of which have to come from National or specified Regional Tournament competition. Winners of Master Points lasl week were, North-South: Ber- nice Diamond-Sharland Trotter first; Polly Houser-Peggy Lacy, second, and Mary Calafiuro- Ginny Allen, third. Jane Duffy- Nancy Roth were tied for first East-West with Bruce Schroth- Bill Noud and Jenny Corbin- John Allen took third place. Club Treasurer Ginny Allen announced that regular annual donations had been made to The Citizens, the Independent, and the Shepherdstown Fire Com- panies. Club games are every Wednesday at the Civic Center starting at 7:45. Players needing a partner may call 725-8320. Students FSC grads Craft Fairs, Sales, Charity Contribution The Leetown Extension Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. Leone Hamilton at 10:30 on May 16. The main program was the planning for the coming year. The meeting opened with the devotions by Mrs. Ruth Locke, who read Matthew 7 verses I to 14, and the readings "In The Other Fellows Place", and "Bread of Life", followed by the salute to the flag, the roll call, and the minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer's report. Motion was made and seconded to pay $15.00 toward the Community Center repair fund. Next were the committee reports and a quickie book report by Mrs. Helen Collis on Jonie. The book is going to be made into a movie. The Arts and Crafts com- mittee asked everyone to bring handmade articles for a sale on Friday, June 2 at Stuck and[ Algers Drug Store beginning at 1 p.m. Some of the articles in-' cluded: two afghans and a handmade quilt. Motion was made and seconded that $17.00 be sent to' Mr. Jim Staley for the 4-H to send a child'to camp. Workers to help with the Heritage Market at the Arts and Crafts Fair are Mrs. Josephine Bratina, Mrs. Leone Hamilton, Mrs. Mildred Lennon, Mrs. Betty Smith and Miss Mary Magaha. These people must report on Saturday, June 10 before 10 a.m. The nominating committee named as new vice-president, Mrs. Betty Smith and as new treasurer, Mrs. Ella Hendricks. At 12 noon, the meeting ad- )ourned for lunch. Each person brought a bag lunch and the hostess, Mrs. Hamilton, served coffee or hot chocolate, chips, several kinds of dips and crackers and mints. During the social hour at the table, Mrs. Hamilton gave the lesson on The Womaffs Role in her Husband's Retirement. The area meeting in Keyser is June 14 and there ,will be a bus chartered if enough people go to fill the bus. All reservations must be sent to Mrs. Robert McGarry by June 1. All lessons, lesson leaders and hostesses and co-hostesses were named. Rabbit Breeden Will Meet Friday Several Jqfferson County students received degrees at Fairmont State College's 107th Commencement. They were: Virginia D. Williams of Ranson, A.B. in Education; Robert L. Clay of Charles Town, B.S.; Vance C. Carr, Charles Town, B.S.; Angola M. Fargo, Charles Town, Associate of Science; Elizabeth Post Brinkley, Shenandoah Junction, Regents Bacehior of Arts. The June meeting of the Potomac Highlands Rabbit Breeders Association will be ' Presents R. MISS AMERICA It's A Treat To Eat ... i 'A... PANCE REVIEW And Fun For All ! l li UNb,y JUNE 11, 1978 o, ,t3PM CLIFFSIDE ! EFFERSON HIGH " OL AUDITORIU MOTOR INN Of the Library Fund Especially Our Adult Donation $2.00 Sunday Buffet Dinner Children ....... $1.00 We Offer A Variety of eats, Vegetables, ly Lea Cavalier) Solods, Desserts At Very Reasonable Prices. rpers Ferry, W.Va. SERVING STARTS at 12:30 p.m. The Rev. George W, Shirley, A Lions' Statue, a new Baton Rouge, La., is visiting his recognition this year to an- sister, Mrs. C. C. Tabb at her courage and motivate new home on South Samuel Street. Lions, was presented to David Other visitors with Mrs. Tabb Painter. over the holiday were her A pewter design was' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. presented to Lion Alexander i and Mrs. M. T. Thomson, Costello for his service to the l McLean, Va., and Mrs. Horace club during the year. j Goodman, Lewisburg, W. Va. The Lion of the Year Award went to Alfred Collins while chevrons for 31 and 32 years of Clinton E. Toston perfect attendance went to Raymond BElier and Lewis Is Graduated From Nichols respectively. A shadowbox plaque was Lompoc High School presented to Nichols, which was inscribed, "In sincere ap- preciation and recognition of distinguished service to the objects and furtherance of Lionism." This award was presented by Alfred Collins. A new member, Gilbert E. Post, was inducted into the club under the sponsorship of Edwin Clevenger. Clevener was presented with a tail twister's Lions Bank. Collins was the inducting officer. A total of 30 Lions and their ladies enjoyed the dinner and social hour. The event was presided over by President William Blackford, St. CLINTON E. TOSTON MR. & MRS. DIGNAZlO Clinton E. Toston, son of Mr. PARENTS OF SON and Mrs. Harry Toston, 400 E. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Oak Avenue, Lompoc, Dignazio, J.r., of Baltimore, Md., California, graduates June 7 are the parents of a son born to from Lompoc High School. them in the City Hospital in The Toston's, formerly of Baltimore, Md., May 12. Both Jefferson Avenue in Charles Mrs. Dignazio and the son who '[own, have lived in California weighed in at 8 pounds and 11 for the past three years. Mrs. Toston, the former Joyce Ann ounces are doing fine. The paternal grandparents of the Hooo, and her family send infant is Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. greetings to all her family and Dignazi0, Sr., of Kearneysville, [ friends and looks forward to The and the maternal grandparents I Spirit each week. are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Overberg. [ The infant has been named[ Heart Fund's Ralph Joseph"Joey"Dignazio,[iii. Walk Sunday A walk for the benefit of the Heart Fund will be held Sunday, June 4th, with walkers beginning at 1:30 p.m. from Heck's Parking Lot. The public is invited to get behind this worthy project and help defeat West Virginia's number one killer, which is heart disease. For each person who collects $50 or more, a prize of an American Heart Association cookbook, valued at $11.95 will be presented. Those collecting $25 will receive a Heart SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 19 THURSDAY, JUNE 1,1978 Heart Association Plaque __To Spidt Of Jefferson In the above picture, Robert D. Ott, president of the Jefferson County Heart Association is shown presenting Don Rentch, news editor of the Spirit of Jefferson Newspaper, with a plaque citing him and the paper with outstanding help in the fight against Heart Disease, which is the Number 1 killer in West Virginia. Mr. Rentch and Mr. Max Brown, who is recuperating from an auto injury in Hagerstown, have been very kind to the Jefferson County Heart Association over the many years in helping to raise money to fight Heart disease. C. t Baptists Set Bible School Here June 18th to 23rd Charles Town Baptist Church will hold its summer Vacation Bible School from June lSth through June 23rd, 6:30-9:00 p.m. The school will have classes for all ages, including this summer a class for adults. The. school will have five evening sessions of classes and activities and the final session, the 23rd, will feature a mission film with closing activities. The church invites those in- terested to come for study, activities, play and refresh- ments. Commence yar summer season by attending Bible School. $$** Have you ever noticed how many people know all the answers?" Crowley Promoted In Golf Cart Firm in Aurora, COlOn Jarrett M. Crowley, of Shenandoah Junction, now living at 1168 Nucla St., Aurora, Colorado, was recently promoted to operations manager for Golf Carts, Inc., Denver, Co. He has been with the company since January 1974. Mr. Crowley also became a part-owner of the company with four other in- vestors: Layton P. Oft of Salt Lake City, Carl Brent, Dale Brent and Gerald Berry, all of Denver. Mrs. Jarrett Crowley is the former Dorothy Belle Hockensmith. Her mother and father are Isabelle and Abner Hockensmith. Jarrett Crowley's mother is Goldie Lorraine Crowley. They reside in Shenandoah Junction. JEFFERSON INN -- WEEK.END $PECM[ FRIDAY, JUNE 2-- LUNCH Fish & Chips served w/Cole slaw ......... $1.75 Swiss Steak Dinner ........ .' ........... $2.95 Delmonico Steak Dinner ................. $3.95 SATURDAY, JUNE 3 Fresh Maryland Crab Cakes ............. $5.95 Shrimp Stuffed w/Crab Meat ............. $5.95 Chopped Sirloin Dinner .................. $3.95 Baked Chicken Dinner ................... $3.95 SUNDAY, JUNE 4 Stuffed Baked Pork Chops ............... $3.95 Ham Steak Dinner ........................ $3.95 JEFFERSON INN PHONE: 725- 8296 Route 9-- RANSON, W.VA. after the walk. "What a beautiful boat!" Association T-shirt and those l colhcting $15 will receive a ........ frisbee. In order to qualify for the awards, money raised must be turned in by June 15th. All churches and the public are urged to help in the project. Information and forms can be obtained at Ott's Business Service or call Bob Ott at 725- 7854 or most churches. The Swords of the Spirit will render several numbers before and with Beautiful Hand-Painted Anniversary Gifts of finest glassware and porcelain Have you purchased a new boat - or camper? Be sure to protect your investment with adequate insurance. Your biggest dollar risk is liability for injury to others. Let Moore Insurance and Realty Company - Washington, Alexander and Cooke Agency protect you with adequate in- surance. Moore lnsnranem and Realty Company Washington, Alexander lind Cooke , 18'Q-Chade Town, .,,. I 1O wlh (wge ,1.. 725.5115 Assorted Vases Pitchers Creamer and Sugar Dish Plates with Stands Bon-bon Dishes Many more items in Stock and We also Special order upon Request Big, big selection of 25th & 50th Anniversary Gifts, too. Scott and0000[lito CHARLE TOWN PHARMACY """ YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY 125 .Washington St.,- Downtown Charles Town FREE 4 ;TOMER PARKING IN REAR OF STORE