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~? i : Members Attended 35th District Held In Sheoherdstown LOCAL OFFICERS -- Shown above are the State and local of- of the American Revolution who attended the 35th Eastern District Meeting held May 29th at the Entler Hotel in Shepherdstown. The picture was taken at the luncheon held in Street Methodist Church. They include (seated, left to right, row)--Mrs. Gary H. Gess, State Recording Secretary; Mrs. Samuel Vice-Regent; Mrs. Walter L. Spearman, State Regent; Mrs. P. Martin, Vice-President Generak Mrs. William S. Winfrey, Chaplain. Back row (left to right)--Mrs. Vincent Townsend, District Secretary; Mrs. Robert H. Barratt, Eastern District Miss Jean Elliott, State Treasurer and Mrs. R. Joseph Groves, members and District of the of the Society of the ot the American the 35th. which the Entler Hotel, Saturday May G. Walter Kin.g, embers of Pack C ter were H. Barrat, Director, the sessions the day with the of the district Mrs. C. Vincent both of Mar- of the eight reports El]iott held a genealogical "~'mt's told being adopted were taken llth and 12th She told of the surnames which the profession, of nature, regent of Valley Dye the invocation which was the New Street Clmrch to which -' di rict winners of History Month and their .' guests. The title Other guests from a distance essay was "An included Mrs. Russell Calvert, Born in Charleston, former State Registrar; Mrs. H.T. Mar. 6th grade shall, Morgantow,form State winner, State Corresponding broth Branch Secretary; and Mrs. Aaron J, s esaay Pancake, Charleston, the Fdlson"; Mary State Chairman of the grade first place American Indian Committee. by During the afternoon Chapter, read session which was held in the "He W. chapel of the church, Mrs. ;and Eric Brok-Spearman addressed the grade, first place members on the President' the General's project of restoring Valley Chapter the National Headquarters. on "Babe She gave important dates for presented coming events at both moneybythe National and State levels. Walter L. Mrs. Homer P. Martin, Vice President General and the luncheon in- Honorary State Regent, toldof S. Phillips, the progress being made on of Pack restoring the Atom Jarvis who has Home. If every daughter in and white West Virginia gave a m.O0 to the Anna memorial to the Anna Jarvis supplied the Project the restoration of the the day. home would be paid she AMERICAN HISTORY ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS RECOGNIZED These three district winners of the American History Month Essay Contest were recognized at the Eastern District meeting of the West Virginia organization of the National Daughters of the American Revolution held at the Entler Hotel in Shepherdstown on May 29th. The youngsters and their parents were guests of the organization at the luncheon meeting held in the New Street Methodist Church in Shepherdstown, and were presented certificates and money awards by the State Regent, Mrs. Walter L. Spearman. Left to right, they are Mary Morris, 7th grade, sponsored by the Potomac Valley DAR Chapter, a first place state winner; Scott Williams, 6th grade, sponsored by the South Branch Valley Chapter DAR, a second place state winner; and-Eric Brookmeyer, 8th grade student, sponsored by the Shenandoah Valley Chapter, a first place state winner. said. Mrs. Gary H. Gess, State Recording Secretury, told of the Thmnpson Amoclates, a new slate of National can- dictates seeking to be elected in April at Continental Congress. A Service of Renmmlnnce was conducted by Mrs. William R. Thacher, chaplain ~f Pack Horse Ford (~apter. ML ss Gladys PRzer, chaplain of Shenandoah Valley Chapter, memoralized Mrs. Jolm (Frelri ) Byrer, Mrs. Hoover L. (Edna) I yd, and Mrs. James E. (Dorothy) McDonald. Mrs. Wilson Harvey, regent of Potomac Valley Chapter, nmmoralized Mrs. Hannah Wimmm; and Mrs. Luther Widmeyer of Ye Towne of Bath Chapter, alised Mrs. Edith Scott Banks and Mrs. Bessie S. I)c,mally. At the dose of the service Mrs. Clarmce Pharr, -Jr sang "My Task," ac- companied bY Miss Ruth Z. Seibert. O SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 17,1982 Laurie Hoffmaster In Mobile, 7 Alabama, For National Junior Miss finals; On 11/ On next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, there will be more than passing interest locally in a CBS-TV special program, the Silver Anniversary Junior Miss national finals direct from Mobile, Alabama. The local interest is generated by the fact that West Virginia's Junior Miss, chosen back in mid-January, is Miss Laurie Lynn Hof- fmaster, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. HOf- fmaster of Charles Town. She will be one of 52 con- testants from around the nation seeking to take over from Kim Smith of Raleigh, N.C. The winner will receive a $25,000 scholarship as well as national recognition. Y Michael Landon, star of "Little House on the Prairie," will be master of ceremonies for the hour-long program. Actually, preliminary per- formances will be held this Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon, to set the stage for the finale Tuesday evening. Miss Hoffmaster has an im- pressive list of honors and ac- tivities at Jefferson High School and in community ser- vice. As her performing art for the Junior Miss contest, she'll perform a jazz dance to the music of "Hot Lunch Jam." Judging is based not onJy on performing arts, but on scholastic achievement, physical fitness, poise and ap- pearance, and spirit of Junior Miss. Miss Heather Moler Crowned As Junior Miss Am, Miss Heather Moler, nine- year.old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moler, Harpers Ferry, was crowned Betty Lou's Jr. Miss America 1982 at the annual dance recital presented by Betty Lou's Dance Studio on Sunday af- ternoon June 6 at tim Jefferson High School for. the benefit of The Cougar Band. Heather began her dance ~'aining in September 1976 when she was three and half years old. Her regular at- tendance record has been superb. Heather has also bees a winner of cash awards for high ticket sales at recital through the years. As Betty LOWs Jr. Miss America, Heather was the recipient of her cape, crown, trophy, arm bouquet, 8X10 Woman's Club--" From Page 9 wives and friends of the hospit and Woman's Club had a terri time. A special thanks is to be given Dr. and Mahe, Dr. Nayak, Mrs. 1 -ijo RawU gs, Mrs. Jim Bryan, Mrs. Henry Davenlxrt, Mr. Mark Rice, Mr. Forrest Wtllingham, and members of the Woman's Club. This was just another op. portunRy for Woman's Club menbers to express their appreciation for our won- derful hospital, and gralitude for the trust and loyal support hhat the pullic has always given the dub. After the Benediction by the Rev. Alice Bicking, vicar of Morgan Chapel, Bunker Hill, and a member d Pack Horse Ford Chapter, all were invited toa tea at the home of Mrs. Wlllimn R. Thacher. ROUTE 3,10, HARPERS FERRY, WV (30,1) 725-2066 Specializing In Great Buffets l WITH FROG LEGS*STEAMED SHRIMPeCRAB BALLSeOYSTERSeCLAM STRIPSe SHRIMP*SEAFOOD NEWBURG*FLOuNDER FLOURENTINE*FRESH WHOLE CHOWDER*POTATOES*RICE* *VEGETABLE*ROLLS*BEVERAGE ALL YOU CAN EAT ONLY -- DOWN HOME COUNTRY COOK/N'SATURDA Y BBQ SPARE RIBS*SEAFOOD CREOLE*HOME FRIED CHICKEhLeSTEAMSHIP ROUND OF BEEFoSALAD BARoDESsERT*ROLLS*BEVERAGE ALL YOU CAN EAT -- em By CLAY ROBINSON IN OUR COCKTAIL LOUNGE color photo, mmcellaneous gifts and a one-year dance scholarship. During her reigning year she will be the studio's Good-Will Am. bassadress and she will be featm-ed in nezt year's dance recital. Miss Heather Moler is the twenty.second Jr. Miss America that Betty Lou has honored since she began teaching in W.Va. in 1960. I S AVANE ENTERPRISES Wedding & Bnr Bat Mitzvah Invitations Wedding g Party Accessories & Social g Business Announcements, Personal Stationery, Business Cards. Phone: 30,1-725-,M58 HAPPY HOUR 6-7 11 Annual Art Show Conducted North Jeffmon Elementary Students of North Jefferson Elementary School par- ticipated in the school's an. nual Art show in late May, showing work done is Mrs. William H. Chesley's art class. A first, second and third award and five honorable mentions were chosen from each grade and displayed in the school lobby, with ribbons and cash prizes given at an Awards Assembly on June 8. In the top picture, grades one through three are represented. They are, left to right, first row, Robert Mozingo, Greg Crawford, Michael Wolfe, Brian Gaynor, Kendall Jackson and Martha Brown; second row, Eric Hendricks, Kathy Holland, John Hardy, Andrew Tabb, Heather Dixon, James Welsh, In the bottom picture, are grade four, five and six winners. First row, Jerry Young, Phil McDowell, Amy Grant, Theresa Sunde, Tonja Perez, Patrick Henderson, William Payne; Second row, Michelle Gray, Jason Howe, Bruce Springer, Tara Shelton, Nicole DeGrave, Amy Connie Reggetts, Brian DeHaven; third row, Tirnmy Heisman, Dana Douglas, Walls, Robert Markley, Carmen, Canizo; third row, Danny Benjamin, Jeffrey Mike Sowers, Linda Davis, Long, Dale Weller, Patti Denise Mann, Dale Springer, Butts, Becky Murphy, Katrina Wayne Shelton, Sienna James, Bloonmr. Absent was Edward Anne Magaha and Anne Bagent. Engle. Vls County Community ing "ng Programs For 1982: "MATH: REVIEW and PRACTICE" "READING: REVIEW and PRACTICE" These courses will be offered at the following locations: Shepherdstown Elementary School July 12 - 15, 1982 and July 19 - 22, 1982 Each subject: 8 days, hours per day Ranson Elementary School August 2 - 5, 1982 and August 9 - 12, 1982 Each subject: 8 days, hours per day "CRAFTS/COOKING/RECREATION WORKSHOP" This workshop will be offered at the following locations: June 2l, 1982 to July 2, 1982, Monday - Friday. Shepherdstown Elementary School - 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon. North Jefferson Elementary School - ]:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. July 26, 1982 to August 6, 1982, Monday - Friday. wright enny Intermediate School - 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon. Blue Ridge Elementary School - 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. These courses are offered for students who are presently enrolled in grade levels one (1) through six for the "Review and Practice" and the "Crafts/Cooking/Recreation Workshop" is for all upcoming 1st through 7th graders. The fee for these activities is $25.00. In order to reserve a position in either of these activities mail the registration form below with a non-refundable deposit of $15.00. Make checks out to the respective schools and mail to: J. V. Walter, III, Director of Con nity Education, llO Mordington Avenue, Charles Town, WV 25414. For futher information please call 725-974l. NAME ADDRESS PHONE NUMBER COURSE DESIRED: (Locat ion ) (Dates) -