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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1978 Scout Show Ticket Winners Treasure Chest winners for Scout Show ticket sales are shown above and include, left to right, Bryan Shaffer, Rendell Anderson, Teddie Kisner, Randy Smallwood and Rob Slonaker. Not shown are Tommy Crabill, Robert Lofton, Mike Lofton and Fred Smith. The 1978 Wonderful World of Scouting Scout Show held at the West Virginia Air National Guard in Martinsburg, was a complete success. The two-day event attracted over 1,000 people from the surrounding three state area to view Scouting in action. Fifty-seven topics were demonstrated by the Scouts for .the public. Along with a variety of Scouting Skills, a substantial list of entertaining groups were presented, In the physical fitness area Boy Scout and Cub Scout medals were presented. In the modified sit-ups, Kevin Viands, of Pack 39, sponsored by the St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Ranson, received a bronze medal. In the event of modified push- ups, Brian Romine, of Pack 39, received a gold medal; Scott Romine, of Pack 39, received a silver medal; and Joel Miller of Pack 117, received a bronze medal. The Cub Scouts reveiving medals in the pull-up event were Brian Romine, of Pack 39, receiving a gold medal; Donnie Kackhy, of Pack 5, sponsored by the Strasburg Rotary Club, receiving a silver medal; and Scott Romine, of Pack 39, receiving a bronze medal. Scott Romine, of Pack 39, received a gold medal in the Rope Climb, and Brian Romine, of Pack 39, received a silver medal. Treasure Chest drawings were held and prizes awarded. Tommy Crabill, of Troop 21 and Rendell Anderson, of Troop 39, received one week at Summer Camp; Mike Lotion, of Pack 1, received a full scholarship for Cub Day Camp; Rob Slonaker, of Troop 3, Bryan Shaffer, of Pack 16, and Teddie Kisner, of Troop 91, received a basketball and Robert Lofton, of Pack 1, Fred Smith of Troop 82, and Randy Smallwood, of Troop 23, received a deluxe Boy Scout Pocketknife. Lucille Heflebower Retirement Honoree Miss Lucille Heflebower assistant superintendent of Jefferson County Schools, was recently honored by her fellow employees upon her retirement after 41 years of service in the field of education. Approximately 30 fellow workers attended a banquet at the Village House. Shenandoah Junction. Raymond Frazier; superin- tendent of Jefferson County Schools, acted as naster of ceremonies. After several responses by Roscoe Payne, Don Mickey and Miss Eleanor Ann Shirley, Miss Heflebower was presented a gift by Frazier. Her many friends and llOw- workers wish her many years of happy "retirement life." If You Have Electrical Problems Call Us Eager Beavers' 4.H Club Holds. Its. Monthly Meeting The Eager Beavers 4-H Club held their monthly meeting on Wednesday, May 17, at 7 p m, at I " " the home of Ann Ambrose. The President, Kim Swartz, opened the meeting with the group singing the H song and pledging the 4-H pledge and the pledge of allegiance. Before the business meeting was conducted, the program for the evening was given by Jim Staley, 4-H agent. He gave an interesting program on 4-H camp, explaining the daily routine, the vesper service, council circle, and the colors and sings of each tribe. Later, the group joined in singing some camp songs. Roll call for the evening was given by the secretary, Christina Puckett, with 11 members present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and al proved. Due to the absence of the treasurer, their was no treasurer's report. Business for the evening was as follows: Jennifer Blaelfford reported the balance on the birthday box; as a fund-raising project, a country ham will be chanced off; a field trip to Camp Frame before camp time; six members will be attending = Information Is Available On Making Jellies If making jelly sounds too complicated for you or if you're looking for a new method, look to your freezer for a novel, simple jelly recipe. You can use frozen con- centrated orange and grape juices to make jelly instead of "starting from scratch" with fresh berries or fruit. Judy Matlick, home economist with the Jefferson County Cooperative Extension Office, can give you more information on making jellies and jams. Ask her for your free copy of a bulletin entitled "How to Make Jellies, Jam and Preserves at Home" (USDA Home and Garden IBulletin No. 56), which has easy-to-follow directions. [ Another great recipe in the i bulletin is a citrus marmalade made from the peelings and pulp of oranges, grapefruit, and lemons. An apricot-orange conserve can be made from canned apricots and fresh ;oranges. For the first-timer the bulletin has easy to read, easy to follow directions. It tells you the equipment needed and steps to follow to make a perfect product. It's a booklet that you'll want to have on hand when camp. They are Rick and Scott Fritts, Dawn Link, Valorie Weller, Jennifer Blackford and Bobby Cline. The club has decided to pur- chase a card table and chairs for the officers to use at each meeting. The 4-H Health and Field Day was on Saturday, May 20. The club participated and received a Blue Ribbon. Wendy Magaha also received a red ribbon on her poster. The topic was "Good Grooming". The club meetings will be at 7:30, instead of 7:00, until fur- ther notice. Dawn Link, Valorie Weller and Bobby Cline will be dancing with the 4-H Heritage Dancers at the Arts and crafts Festival the i weekend of June 9, 10 and 11. No further business, the meeting was adjourned with refreshments served by Ann Ambrose. They were cupcakes, cookies and lemonade taken from her 4-H project "Snacks and Little Lunches." The next meeting will be held on Wednesday night, June 21, at 7:30 p.m., with Dawn Link as hostess. Each member is asked to bring their project book on "This Is 4-H". minute; stir the mixture con- stantly. Remove from heat, stir in the pectin. Skim. Let stand five minutes. Fill and seal containers. Use standard can- ning jars and two-piece lids. Process five minutes in boiling water bath. You'll enjoy this taste treat -- especially on whole wheat toast. Four Give Service At Camp Rock Enon Troop 68, Boy Scouts, of Harpers Ferry, had four members to give their services at the Order of the Arrow on Saturday and Sunday at the Spring Ordeal at Camp Rock Ennn. Mr. James completed his ordeal membership and Mr. Smallwood and Anthol Shewbridge completed their brotherhood membership. Granville Smallwood served on the ceremonial teams. Unit Commissioner Willard Lynch, of Ranson, also gives his service to the Order of the Arrow. The individuals helped in a number of projects at Camp Rock Enon in Gore, Va., in- cluding building a dormer on the dining hall and wiring a room, construction of steps at the tee erecting tents and tehir The work and lelicious meals were enjoyed by all the members. canning season begins. A G A HA, In c. is a pineapple jam recipe CALLING ALL use to tide you over until HOMEMAKERS M - , bulletin comes. It yields our tosix half-pint jars Use one Brought To You By Specializing in Commercial & Industrial 20-ounce can crushed pineapple, RAM EY'S Wiring & Service t Stocking many mr.iNam, of: Electrical Devices & equipment Flourescent & Incadescent Lamps. Water Heater elements & Electdc Heaters. And Many Popular Types & Sizes. of Wire Dial 725. 5516 MAGAHA, Inc. Hh George St - Ranson, W. Ya. PUBLIC SALE Discontinuing housekeeping and moving into a nursing home, I will sell my personal property located at 323 E. First Avenue, Charles Town, W. Va., on: WEDNESDA Y, JUNE 2 l, 1978 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. 4 pc. Victorian parlor suite; 3 pc. maple living room suite; Wicker rocker, chair, settee, and table; wicker corner chair; 4 Victorian side chairs; 2 swivel chairs; straight chairs; rockers; end tables; hall tree; 2 braided rugs; Zenith T. V.; l0 pc. dining room suite; oval, walnut, dining room table;.3 pc. dinette set; two, 5 pc. dinette sets; wooden tea cart; office desk; swivel desk chair; 3 metal chairs; desk lamp; Burroughs adding machine; 4 drawer file cabinet; 4 pc. bedroom suite; pr. of mahogany single beds; 3 pc. mahogany bedroom suite; spool type double bed; 2 pc. bedroom suite; Victorian marble top dresser; Victorian dresser; bachelors chest; metal bed; 3 metal wardrobes; 2 clothes hampers; roll-a-way bed; Apt. size Perfection gas range; Apt. size Admiral refrigerator; Apt. size Frigidaire electric stove; Admiral refrigerator; Crosley freezer; Frigidaire washer; Frigidaire dryer; 2 wringer type washers; kitchen stool; kitchen cabinet; metal lawn furniture; iron butchering pot; iron ham boiler; rotary mower; garden hose; pipe vise; some tools; crocks; kitchen utensils and appliances; pots; pans; china and glassware including one set, Royal Em- bassy, china; other items too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash Virginia Eby Benner Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark Furr Not responsible for accidents on property. June 8-2t 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 3/4 cups sugar, and one-ball bottle liquid pectin. Combine the pineapple and lemon juice in a kettle. Add the sugar and stir well. Quickly bring to a full boil, and boil one 1H I I II II I nothing else is good enough [] Perfect Granite Superb Craftsmanship E_ Custom Design Se,ce ,J Written Guarantee Without Time Limit Thai's whal make# us the mo/trmled name in memorials Martinsburg Gronite Works 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Mctkslmq, W.Vo. -  - FREE - - - CUSTOMER PARKING Too many people have inadequate pieces from which to serve refres hments in their homes, but you can ' RAMEY improve both the beauty and ease of serving if you get one of the many ver- satile and beautiful pieces that can be used for this purpose. We have a fine Selection and invite you to look them over. Never buy a chair, sofa or mattress without trying it first. Some people select their purchases just by looking at them -- but we say you should try them, because comfort should be equally important to ap- pearance. If you want your bed to be blended beautifully into the background of a room you might try a bedspread that matches the head- board or the wall behind the bed, or a bedspread that matches the carpet. Remember that you don't have to have a for- tune of money to have .a beautifully decorated home. The key is imaginative decorating, good taste and getting the most for your money. We believe "we can offer you that kind of help. RAMEY'$ FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Charles Town, W.Va. Copyright Six County Teen-Agers Will Be Among 300 Conservation Camp Six teen-agers from Jefferson County are among the 300 young people who will attend West Virginia Conservation Camp June 12-17 at Camp Caesar, Webster Springs. The local participants and their sponsoring organizations are: Michelle Yanuzzi, Wayside Garden Club; Libby Daniel, Soil Conservation District; Bill Johnson and Glenn Lloyd, 4-H Clubs; Ronnie Brown, Potomac Garden Club; and John Creamer, Shenandoah Garden Club. The West Virginia Con- servation Education Council sponsors the camp, and each camper receives a full scholarship. Sessions include classes in soil and water conservation, fish management, trapping, law enforcement, forest uses, nature study, human conservation, non- renewable resources, and parks and recreation. Various organizations provide instructors, counselors, and materials. On the final night of the camp, awards are presented to out- standing campers, and 15 campers are selected to return .to next year's camp as junior leaders. This year's junior leaders are Philyaw Lackland School Graduate Eric Bradley, Rt. 1, Thornton; John "J.K." McAtee, 62 Kanawha St., Buckhannon; Ann Embrey, 65 S. Slorida St., Buckhannon; Angle Weagel, P.O. Box 415, Madison; Mark Johnson, Harmony; Aaron Eubanks, Kimball; Michelle Mendez, Mount Clare; Laura Gillespie, Charleston; Patty Greenfield, Martinsburg; Olivia Lane, Fayetteville; Marcie Wylie, Morgantown; Terry Stanley, Martinsburg; Tony Layne, St. Albans; Tony Par- sons, Foster; and Rick Begley, Elkview. Dennis S. Jenkins Enlists As Air Force "Dep" Volunteer Dennis S. Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Jenkins, of Shepherdstown, enlisted in the U.S. Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program today, according to SSgt. Leon A. Johnson, Air Force Recruiter. Dennis, a graduate of Jef- ferson High School, is scheduled for enlistment in the Regular Air Force on August 4th. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six-week basic training course, he is scheduled to receive technical training in the Fuel Specialist career area. He will be toward an applied sciences Community Force while other Air Force training schools. GOP Women overed Di The Federation of Women will 13, at 6 p.m. for a supper at the ho e! Mrs. Owen Ferry Road, An individe hopeless until desire for BLAKELEY BANK,, TRUST COMPAN Ranson, W. Va. Offers The Fo//owing Certificates of Deposit 1-year 6 % --s100 Minimum. Interes! Payable Y 2V2.year 6V2 % .. s2000 m,nimum, interest pay each 6- months 4-year 7 % -- s3,000 minimum Interest each 6 months SAN ANTONIO -- Airman Howard C. Philyaw, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Philyaw, of Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry, has graduated with honors at Lacldand AFB, tex., from the U.S. Air Force technical training course for security police specialists. Airman Philyaw is now trained in security and law enforcement and will serve at Minot AFB, N.D. Completion of the course earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman is a 1974 graduate of Loudoun County High School, Leesburg, Va. Chrysler profits in '77 a 61 per cent decline from '76. A Substantial Penalty is Required Early Withdrawal Put Your Money to Work Your Deposits Are Insured by FDIC BANK AND TRUST C0M FAI RANSON. WEST VIROINIt. 254.38 304-725-1014 ... SPECIAL PAN TRAN SERVICE.... Being Offered To Big ARTS & CRAFTS FESTI To Be Held Today...Friday...Satu Just Off U.S. Route 340 Near Hi Harpers Ferry Park'n'Ride from Hilldale Shopping to Harpers Ferry Arts& Crafts Fes at 10:30 A.M. only 50' each way busses leave festival for Charles at 4:00, 4:30, 5:00, 5:30, 6:00 for more information call 876.24