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v Plans Unique "Zoning protect the unique its on Thursday held two public hearings zoning ordinance strictly define both and sub- alterations to existing within the municipal ordinance, approved may be this month, is years' work by Planning Corn- chaired by E. G. nd a detailed t of the 36-page report of about 30 per- ordinance will zone into six acres, specific restrictions land use, lot buildin height off- and occupancy Charles Bosley the plan as "tough are very few others country. municipality has been declared a historic district. As Moreland said, 'Shepherd- stown is unique atd fortunate. What has passed for progress elsewhere in the nation has passed Shepherdstown by for I00 years." In line with the goal of preserving an aesthetic town- wide appearance, the ordinance demands consideration to ar- chitectural standards. New buildings must approximate the design of surrounding structures and be "stylistically com- patible" in design to either Colonial, Pre-Civil War, Vic- torian, or Pre-Civil War ar- chitecture. The six structures included within the town's eight-square- block boundary include: con- servation-open space, park residential, low density residential, medium density residential, residential- commercial and commercial. The ordinance would be enforced by a zoning officer and 5-member board of appeals appointed by majority vote of mayor and town council members. 725-5168 Its Mr. and Huddle, former held a May 25th, at Junction Those attending and Mrs. Jess Boyd, David, of the Evelyn Huddle, Mrs. Carol of Winchester, Va.; ! Calvin Grove and Cheryl, of Mr. and Mrs. their son and of Louisville, Mrs. John Eilert- Md.; Mr. and Eilertson, of Ft. Md.; Bob and Sue Va.; Mr. and Eilertson and :, Md.; V. S. Harris and ; Mrs. and daughters, ; Mr. and Mrs. of Lanham, Mrs. W. L. family, Mr. and and Andrew of Wheaten, Md. Farrell has e after having been Memorial Town. Housden and Farmer, have after having with the for- Mrs. Fannie Iowa. -:.-_-_ -_" -'-_. j,g,.,,..,. ___ _____ MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-2750 Mr. and Mrs. Norman Beahm and sons spent Memorial Day weekend with his brother and sister-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Ray Beahm and family at Oakland, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dean and family of Romrley, were Memorial Day weekend visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Forkey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn and family of Martinsburg, were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mrs. Tarry Staubs and family were Saturday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Minor and family at Orchard Hills. Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway was a Sunday visitor of his mother, Mrs. Cora Wiley and brother, Paul Nathan. Mrs. Pauline Ott was a Thursday dinner guest of Mrs. Betty eden and daughter at Flowing Springs Road. Mrs. Nellie eden, Mrs. Pauline Ott and Marsha eden were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and daughter at Bakerton. Mrs. Perry Dillow is a medical patient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Patricia Staubs and family of Shepherdstown, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Oden and family. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son of Walnut Grove were Sunday visitors of his mother, Mrs. Jessie Dillow. Mrs. Lanie Magaha, of Charles Town, Mrs. John Brackett, of Ranson; Mrs. Kenneth Wilt and Mrs. Philip Oden were visitors of their mother, Mrs. Frank Bell. Mrs. Nellie eden and Mrs. Pauline Ott were callers of Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt at Chestnut Hill on Memorial Day. Mr, and Mrs. Merle Oden and family were recent visitors of his mother, Mrs. Nellie eden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands of Chestnut Hill were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Verna Ott spent the weekend I with her father Mr. Randy OR ' and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. [ Theodore Ott. r Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Dillow: and son of Millville, were recent i visitors of his mother, Mrs. I Jessie Dillow. i Mrs. Virginia Penwell and i daughter, Mrs. Donna eden of' Vienna, Va., were Memorial Day visitors of Mrs. Betty eden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Nick and son and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wilson and son were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and family. Mr. and Mrs. Guifford Turner and family were visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt at Chestnut Hill. Mr. Charles Engle returned to his home from Jefferson Memorial Hospital where he had been a medical patient. Mrs. Lucy Glover of Charles Town, is a medical patient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. Junior Runion of Chestnut Hill is also a medical patient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Eta Chapter Marks Founder's Day With Dinner At Pagoda Inn Eta Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society In- ternational met at the Pagoda Inn at Duff's Rebel in Win. chester, Va., on May 27 with members from the eight counties of the Eastern Panhandle in attendance. Petersburg area members were hostesses and President Eleanor Ann Shirley presided. Devotions were given by Ollie Arnold. In keeping with the program for the day she used the theme, "I Will Not Turn Back" by Milton Geiger. President Shirley made special mention of her appreciation for the in- spirational devotions. Mary Emma Allen reported on the summer meeting to be in Middletown, Va., to attend the Wayside Theatre. The play will he "Ring Around the Moon" on Wednesday, July 5. President Shirley and other chapter members who attended the recent state convention May 19-21 in Wheeling reported on the different sessions. Attending from Eta Chapter were Miss Ella Bergdoll, Miss Janet Boyd, Mrs. Lorean Freeland, Mrs. Norma Johnson, M;s. Bess Snyder Mohl and President YOUR .OWN nothing better than fresh strawberries, there's none fresher than the ones you pick We have over 25 acres of berries ready You to harvest. BeCause of weather & ripening conditions, please call first to determine availability. LOCAL (703) 338-7997 METRO (Toll Free) 471.1448 is located on s 7, just 35 miles of Tysons Corner, It's Seven days a week ndays, 8-8 Strawberries limited season _I Weeks) so come2f.- e even provide r..-._ .- ers. Or after your picking and visit our country or, Route 7 just a mile west of Round Hill, Va. You pond next to the store or feed the ducks. Inside we carry our own ice cream, cheese cake: honey, coun- and slab bacon, organic breads and gourmet cheeses, pies. bedding plants, hanging baskets and a whole Other things. *Something new for the strawberry season! Try our delicious cheesecake! ,j HILL HIGH C}PC00IA00E00 Just 35 miles west of Tyson's Corner on RI. 7. \\; Rebecca J. Huff is Assigned To Kessler SAN ANTONIO -- Airman Rebecca J. Huff, daughter of Mrs. Mary F. Christensen of Charleston, W. Va., has been assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing Air Force basic training. During the six weeks at Lackland AFB, Tex., the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Completion of this training earned the in- dividual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Huff will now receive specialized training in the ad- ministrative field. The airman is a 1975 graduate of Jefferson High School. Her husband, Airman First Class Charles R. Huff, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Huff, of Martinsburg. Shirley. Just prior to the Founder's Day luncheon, Miss Lucille Heflebower and Mrs. Linda Shock presented the Founder's Day ceremony, citing the twelve original women who founded Delta Kappa Gamma Society in Austin, Texas, on May II, 1929. It was noted that Mrs. Ray King is the only living Founder. The  members also enjoyed a solo. Founder's Day, by Norma Johnson. She was accompanied  by Mary Emma Allen. Following lunch, Mrs. Sue Jane Kuykendall gave a most interesting introduction to her program for the afternoon, titled "Definition of Personal Achievement". Mrs. Kuykendall CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS Brought To You By RAMEY'S FURNITURE WITH MOBILITY One kind ::: of furniture 2 that seems to be get- ring more attention these days is furniture on wheels. Actually, small "RAMEY wheels, or  casters, on furniture are nothing new but what is new is their more widespread use and acceptance, and the fact that they've taken on a new look. They are now suf- ficiently attractive to be seen and not hidden, and they have become part of the furniture design. Previously, casters attached to the legs of a chair were hidden by" a skirt or valancing because of their appearance; but now with good-looking design, they can actually enhance the appearance of furniture. Aside from the fact that chairs, tables, sofas, buffets and other pieces of furniture find more uses in more places when they're on wheels, there's also the' very practical purpose of making it much easier to move these pieces when cleaning. The advantages of having a server on wheels are obvious, but take, for 'example, a table. With wheels it could be used in the living room as an all- purpose portable table that could be moved as needed, and in the bedroom as a sewing or typewriter table. For furniture, with or without wheels, or for anything else for your home, visit us for fine quality, selection and value. RAMEY'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. va. Copyright presented her daughter Mrs. Paul Dunkle who presented the progra, for the group. Mrs. Dunkle is a teacher at the W. Va. School for the Deaf in Romney. Before presenting her students for the program, Mrs. Dunkle exhibited some crafts, some pieces of art, and told of some highlights in their achievement" at their school. She also shared some of their letters to God which were most heartwarming. Two of her students did pan- tomines for the program. They demonstrated truly what Mrs. Dunkle had said, "the only thing our children can't do is hear." It was a delightful program and i stressed the theme for the day, Personal Achievement. The newly elected officers who took part in the installation ceremony were Ollie Arnold, president; Ruth Palmer, 1st vice-president; Donna Fortner, 2nd vice-president; Mary Emma Allen, recording secretary; Norma Johnson, corresponding .secretary. All of these were elected unanimously. In preparation for ad- journment, President Shirley extended warm wishes to all the new in-coming officers and read an original tribute to all those officers, committee chairmen and members and all other "roses" who had stood faithfully beside her throughout her two years. Miss Shirley, in closing, said, "there are times when words seem not enough...This is one of the times as I bid adieu...A great thank you to each of you." Needless to say -- there was a standing ovation for a job well SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1978 7 Happy Her's 4-H Club Working On EnerB Conservation The Happy H'ers 4-H Club of Shepherdstown, is working on an Energy Conservation Project. i The project is being sponsored  by the Jefferson County 4-H pcogram, As a part of the project: the club members are giving visual presentations on Energy COnservation to various community organizations in Shepherdstown. Their first presentation will he on June 13. The club is also planning a public meeting in Shepherd- stown some time soon. done. Those attending this enjoyable day from Berkeley and Jef- ferson counties were: Mrs. Mary Adams, Miss Mary Emma Allen, Miss Janet Boyd, Miss Mary Emma Conard, Miss Mildred Conard, Mrs. Artie Dispanet, Miss Mary Hartzell Dobbins, Mrs. Lorean Freeland, Mrs. Treva Griffith, Miss Douglass Harlan, Miss Frances Heflebower, Miss Lucille Heflebower, Mrs. Ethel Henson, Miss Charistine Hunter, Mrs. No'ma Johnson, Mrs. Margaret Kilmer, Mrs. Reve Mickey, Mrs. Ruth Palmer, Miss Elizabeth Patterson, Miss Gladys Pitzer, Miss Nancy Ropp, Mrs. Gall Sherman, Miss Eleanor Ann shirley, Mrs. Linda Shock, Mrs. Patricia Stealey, and Mrs. Margaret Tabler. Now you can have a piece of The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Commemorative Medal, Actual size of Medal: one and one-half inchdia. Offered for sale by: JEFFERSON SECURITY BANK As a public service to our customers. -kfor your collection 'k" asa conversation piece The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal was begun 150 years ago. Its history is our history because we were a part of that great highway to the West-from Georgetown to Cumberland. Now Jefferson Security Bank offers, for a limited time, the Canal's 150th Anniversary Commemorative Medal at a significant savings. The medal is solid bronze, 39 millimeters in diameter, and depicts, on one side, Canal Boat No, 32 departing Lock 15 at Great Falls, Maryland. The reverse side is the C & O Canal Co. official seal used since 1836. Jefferson Security offers two W.pes of pro- tective cases-a rigid plastic case, or a beautiful presentation case. The American Canal and Transportation Center will receive the proceeds from this limited edition sale, with a portion of the profits going to the Rumsey Hall Resto- ration Fund. public price from Jefferson Security PLASTIC PRESENTATION CASE CASE $ 5.00 $ 9.50 $4.00 ' $8.00 Je00ell'son Bank MEMBER F.D.I.C TELEPHONE 876-2501 |