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18 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1978 I i I i Three Jefferson Countians In "It is not what you gain, but what Charleston Musical Tribute e you save that makes you richl" (Ben/am In frankllnJ Our saving passbook accounts earn 5 % compounded interest quarterly from date of deposit to date of withdrawal. Open your account today! Jay, Chip and Jondra Wilson, above, will represent the Eastern Panhandle when they perform in the "Sing Out, West Virginia" production at the Cultural Center in Charleston on June 18 at 2 p.m. They were seen locally as part of Betty Lou Cavalier's Annual Dance Recital at Jefferson High School on June 111 Jefferson County will be represented "on stage" at the "Sing Out, West Virginia" production in celebration of West Virginia's ll5th birthday jan the State Capitol Complex June 18 at 2 p.m. in Charleston. Three of Betty Lou Cavalier's dancers -- Chip, Jondra and Jay Wilson of Rt. 2, Charles Town -- will travel to the capitol to help celebrate our state's birthday by performing in an original lyric and musical tribute to the mountain state. The three children, the only youth in the show, will sing "West Virginia Mountain Call," a song written by their mother, Martinsburg-born Jacque (Barbour) Wilson. The "Sing Out, West Virginia" )reduction will feature more than forty songs about the mountain state and written by West Virginia songwriters. Scheduled just two days before the state's ll5th birthday, the extravaganza will be emceed by Billy Edd Wheeler and coor- dinated by Miss Louise Bing, whose dream of filling the Cultural Center in Charleston with original West Virginia music is about to come true. Vance says arms sale a step toward peace. Welfare Department 00mmimiener Talks Panhandle Groups There is currently a measles epidemic in West Virginia. This disease, known as "big" or "ten- day" measles, has appeared among all age groups, including teenagers and adults. Measles is very contagious and can cause serious complications, such as ear infections, pneumonia and encephalitis, an infection of the brain. One of every thousand children who have measles will die. We urge you to be sure that your children are protected against this dangerous disease. It has been shown that some children who were immunized before the age of 12 months may now be at risk of getting measles. Children who received "ldlled" (inactivated) measles vaccine (a type of vaccine commonly used in the mid 60's) may also be unprotected. These children need to be re- |mmunized with the vaccine now in use, which gives lasting protection. Please check your im- munization records to see that your child received live measles vaccine at 12 months or after, or contact your doctor or local health department for this in- formation. Be sure to write down the month, day, and year of vaccination and save it for future reference. Schools may require proof of measles im- munization when your child enters this fall. If your child is unprotected against measles, it is recom- mended that you see that he is vaccinated immediately. Contact your doctor, or visit one of the following immunization clinics. Your county health department will administer measles vaccine free of charge to anyone requiring it at these locations: Jefferson County Health Department, each Friday morning, 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon, no clinic on Friday, June 16. 725. 2077 II II ii I III I I I Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Cub Pack Presented Badges, Have Skits Charles Shuff, Ralph Moler, John Cullen (GT), Danny Mit- chell, Wayne Eanes, John Moreland, Brad Moi'gan (GT), Steve Hough (GT), Wayne Taylor (GT), Michael Mills, Billy Rutherford, Edward Meuse, Patrick James, Mary Reed (GT), Steven Trunnell (GT), Joyce Horn, Spencer Cavalier (GT), Terri Trunnell, Trover Portrey, Barbara Tedder, William Spear, Richard Enos and Bryan Jackson. GT beside the names mcate Good Turn Strips received. Other badges and awards presented: Charles Shuff, Wolf Badge; John Moreland, Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow and 1 year pin; John Cullen, Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow, 1 year pin; R. B. Moler, Silver Arrow and 1 year pin; Danny Mitchell, Wolf Badge, Gold and Silver Arrow and 1 year pin: Tim McKee and Wayne Eanes, Wolf Badge; Billy Rutherford, 2 )'ear pin; Steve Hough, Bear Bdge. Tad Meuse and Bobby Shank, 2 year pin; James Michael, 3 year pin, sportsman, chorister, outdoorsman, has achieved / Arrow of Light Billy Rutherford and Steve Hough, advanced into Webelos. Bobby Shank was presented the Arrow of Light during an appropriate ceremony. He graduated into Boy Scouts having received the highest award possible in Cub Scouting. Mary Reed announced the following summertime ac- tivities: June 24, Cub Scout Day Camp. July 19, 6:30 p.m., Harpers Ferry Jr. High, physical fitness. Aug. 16, Family Kick Ball Game at Harpers Ferry Jr. High School. Drawing for the fancy decorated cake was R. B. Moler. Lucy Russel then led the group in the closing song, "Good Night Cub Scouts". KABLETOWN Mrs. Marianna Smaliwood Dial 725-5707 Local Vacation Bible School has been postponed until the first and second week of August, beginning Monday, July 31 through Thursday, Aug. 3, then On Wednesday, May 31, at the C. W. Shipley School, the Har- pers Ferry-Bolivar Cub Scout Pack 83 held its final pack meeting for the year. The Cub Scouts presented a delightful program with many clever skits and stunts -- the theme being "Circus." The meeting really took on the atmosphere of a circus with kool-aid and popcorn being sold and various games being played. Following the Circus Parade, Ringmaster Michael Mills in- troduced Cubmaster Richard Michael who led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance. Lucy Russell then led in the singing of several songs. The various acts consisted of: Acrobatic clowns. Steve Hough, Billy Rutherford, Wayne Taylor, Brad Morgan. Magician: Bryan Jackson.' Growing Machine: John Ctfllen and Danny Mitchell. Fat Man: Richard. Animal Tamer: Tim McKee. Ringmaster Mills introduced Mrs. Terri Trunnell, leader of the newly formed Den 4. Assistant Leader is Joyce Horn. Den 4 sang a song, "Cub Scout Circus Comes to Town." Two Headed Man: R. B. Moler and John Moreland. Weakest Man in the World: Tad Meuse. Strongest Man in the World: Bryan Jackson. Snakecharmer : Jimmy Michael. R. J. James presented a gift to Mrs. Mary Reed for all her work the past year on behalf of Den 1. Mrs. Mary Reed presented the following badges: Boys Life Badges: Steve Hough, Brad Morgan, Chtrles Shuff, Wayne Eanes. Wayne Taylor, John Cullen, John Moreland, R, B Moler, Danny Mitchell, Pat James, Billy Rutherford, Roger Tedder, Tim McKee, Billy Spear, Bobby Shank, Tad Meuse, Bryan Jackson, Dick Russell, Richard Michael, lucy Russell, Barbara Tedder. Those receiving the 50th Anniversary Badge: Craig Horn. Gerald Cogle (GT), Todd Hampshire, Richard Michael (GT), James Michael (GT) Bobby Shnnk, Howard Rasey, Richard Russell, lucy Meuse, Timothy McKee, Roger Tedder, Member FDIC again Monday, Aug. 7 through the 10th, making eight evenings. Each session begins at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saylor, Avonwood Farm, attended Wednesday morning the graduation exercise of their son Preston, which was held at 10 o'clock in the Frederick High School, Frederick, Md. Richard Horner "Moo", a friend of the family, was also a member of the graduation class. Mrs. Georgia Brown was the honor guest at a surprise bir- thday party given Sunday at the home of her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Oilie Brown on Smith Road. Those "present were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller and family, Deal. Md., Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and daughter Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gaynor. all of Middleway; Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Brown and family of near Hedgesville; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, all of Rippon: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Viands and son of Walnut Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor, Jr., and son of Bakerton; Mr. Harvey Brown. Mrs. Brown received many gifts and spent a most joyous time with her family. Two members Frank of Florida and Annie of Idaho, were absent. Deborah Jean Roderick, youngest daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Mervin Roderick, was the recipient of the Good Citizenship Award which was presented to her Wednesday, Award Day, at South Jefferson Elem. School. Henry Clipp accompanied his son-in-law, Stanley Dillow on Saturday to Morgantown and Mason City, where they visited Robert Lee and Denton Holmes and their families. They returned Sunday evening. Jeffrey and Mark Seal spent Friday afternoon with their grandmother, Mrs. Ruby Kearns, Berryville, Va. Frank Farmer, U.S. Navy, stationed at Norfolk, Va., spent the past weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Webster. Frank had returned to the naval base after duty training tour on the America, an Aircraft carrier. Frisky, a faithful canine pet of the Laura White family died this past week after reaching the age of 17% years. Frisky came to this home as a dropped dog where he received the best of care throughout his 'life and was given a respectful burial. A gift to the local Memorial i Fund has been received in memory of Mrs. Effie Unger from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas PenweU. Mrs. Win. Given, daughter Shannon, and two sons Dean and Patrick, of Montrovia, Alabama, are visiting the farmer's mother, Mrs. Anna Lee Kearns. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Penwell, their granddaughter, Mrs. Dennis Whittington and children, attended the Penwell family reunion which was held in, the Berkeley County War Memorial Park. Martinsburg. Mr. Dennis Whittington is on a two week service duty with the National Guard', Winchester, Va. Saturday evening, June 10, Mr. Eddie Seal was honored on his birthday when members of his family gathered for an in- formal party. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sirbaugh entertained relatives and friends Sunday to a pig roast. At noon the pork along with hamburgers, a variety of salads, vegetables, beverages, cake and pie, followed by iced watermelon were served to the guests. Frisbee and the swimming pool were entertainment for the youngsters. These present were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Cockrell, Purcellville. Va., Lawrence R. Cockrell and Miss .Ellie Watkins, both of Green- shero, North Caroline. Dallas Sirbaugh and family of Glen Burnie. Md.; Mr and Mrs. Lee 'Roy Fishel, Middletown, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rhodes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turhen and family, all of Win- chester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cogle and family, Harpers Ferry; Mr Frank Welch, Ranson; Miss Viola Turner. Middleway; Mr. Charles Saylor, Kabletown; Mrs. Jessie Clipp, Myerstown and Mrs. Clarence Smallwond. Everyone spent a mast en- joyable afternoon including the ideal weather for an outdoor picnic. Mrs. Janice Bosley of Finksburg, Md., who spent the weekend with her stepmother, Mrs. Kable Johnson, ac- companied by Sammy Stocks of Charles Town, were visitors Saturday of the farmer's aunt, Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. Father's Day savi i 20%off men's sportcoats. SALE 36.00 Reg. $45. Versatile blazer ' of DACRON  Polyester. Navy, Grey, Brown, Green. Regulor & Long Sizes. Motches JCPENNEY Slack. Sale prices effective Ihrough Saturday. 20%off All men's casuals. Sale 11.19 ,o20.00 Reg. 13.99 to 25.00 Loafers. oxfords, demi- boots, all on sale. Terrific fashion colors in rugged leathers on Kraton or plantation crepe rubber soles. Not every size =n every style, better hurry. 20% off JCPENNEY SLACK SALE !2.00 Reg. 15.00. Our Best Dress Slack of Woven DACRON Polyester. Belt Loops and, Flare Leg. Solid Colors. Sizes 30- 42. 20%off Men's pjs. Sale s6 Reg. 7.50. Short sleeve ]/ pjs of polyester/cotton .ii have long legs. Colorful /%1 solids or prints in [ , S,M,L,XL. 6.4"0 Sale \\; Reg. $8. Coat-front or ' pullover style, cotton/ polyester p} has long ' sleeves and long legs. Solid colors in S M,L,XL. / MON. & FRI. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,., ThsisjCF00enney The Jefferson County Senior TUES.-WED.-THUR. Center will hold a white elephant & SATURDAY and bake sale this Friday, une 16, from 10-4 and Saturday, June 9  5 17, from 9-12 at 312 S. Preston ,,198Jcpe.oey co ,c St., Ransozt. Chan00 Men Spring A workshop changing role annual sored by Women's entitled Personhood" Chlebnikow, selor, and Eastern Health Center The workshop! sections, two ternoon, Sunday, workshops men, as Registration for begins at 7 again on "A lot of derstand what' women today. lives and keep up with ChlebnikoW. workshop will abou understand Chlebnikow says dialogue for begin to with their vironments. The only" in peaceful, ring for attitudes. Other "Self:Help Depression," Conflict," Skills," . n' Clarificatio "They have inferiority strategic Walk with looPS. or