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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982 by ,he o.e was t.e yoo Math Current POINTthe dining table which was side of their car was Zoar Baptist Church near enjoy a full day of your centered with a cake demolished. Seeing a car Y i~nm.t Crim beanlifully decorated with a approaching at a Idgh rate ofAugusta 725-7777 baby in pink and one in blue speed Mr. Cheshire pulled as Miss Stacey Drish told Miss favorite sport. The Little League had afiRl Events Winners Honored "gifts from heaven," nestling far off the road as possible Tina Bohrer are among the schedule last week despite the on fluffy white clouds. Mrs. Daniel Hileman and Mrs. David Wood were Pount Ex- presented with certificates of s Club appreciation for having evening at served as volunteer aides at of Mrs. White the South Jefferson near Middleway Elenenbtary School for the of the members past year. "Fne awards were {guest in attendance, made following the dinner with held at the school on June 4th Presented by Miss in honor of the sixth grade which graduates. The following by a routine meeting during was made on meeting at the Center by those who had attended the At its Mrs. John Magaha a very interesting 'Kitchen Safety" C~letu~on of the that may lead to During Rikki Welch r res nents by Mrs. (;ran. co-hostess Miss The nezt chb will be room of the Church and was from July 9th to This will be an planning all members as Roy "West $benetone" of last week in !;Where they visited of the farmer's I ter-in-law Mr. ernon and They were at a fun- honoring the Vernon's natal and in the af- the Cam- exercises at 'where their Vernon was graduates. On following the sfinal the Greenwood Methodist a year of he and Mrs. honored at a Gremwood and were presented gifts by the of honored with a given by her John Quesen- Julie S irley atthe Asohome "Locust tlt twenty of her present to enjoy ae, dur suRed to the played and a were admired. Later W~re evening Mr. and Mrs. Hileman bad as their dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Craig Schnmuder and their two sons of Winchester. On Monday of last week Mrs. Hileman was among the home room mothers who were honored at a luncheon held at the school and on Friday she and her daughter Amy spent the day at the Arts and Crafts Festival. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs Hileman and Amy attended the Bas-Mitzah ceremony for Miss Anina Robb of Winchester which was held at the Beth.El Temple there and which was followed by a lunchem at the Temple. On Sunday evening the lqil. eman's had as their dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lentz, Mr. and Mrs. Schwmq~nan and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lavitz, all of W chester, the gathering held in celebration of Mr. Lentz's conversion to Judaism. Congratulations to Miss Lisa Bm'ner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Quenton Burner, who has been neamed to the Dean's List at the conclusion of he" second year of study at ~epherd CoUege. YARD 8ALE Don't forget the yard and bake sale which will be held on Friday June 18 on the Episcopal church lawn, beginning at 10:00 a.m. In addition to a variety of home baked items, housewares, bric-a-brac and summer clothing will be offered for sale. atom and look arour , yeumay find just what you've been wanting. While driving towards Charles Town on Sunday afternoon in company with their granddaughters Stacey and ~elley Drish, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire had the misfortune to be involved in a car accident. Fortunately no thus avoiding a head-on collision. Although all were badly shaken by the ex- perience they came out of it unscratched, only Stacey suffered any after effects, having received a bad bump on her head. What a way to end a pleasant Sunday drive! Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and their son John were among those attending the annual Doubleday family l~cnic which was held on Saturday at the Clarke County Fair Grounds near Berryvllle. On Sunday the Rudolphs joined their son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rudolph for dinner at Henry's Country Inn near Shep erd- stown and later visited with Mrs. Earl Willingham of Hidden River who is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Complimenting their daughter Mrs. Wood, row Cameron, on her birthday Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner of "Monte View" entertained at a family dinner held on Sunday at the Golden Corral near Charles Town. Present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Cameron and tba sons, Jimmy and Jonathan, Mrs. Susan Turner and daughters, Brenda and Stephanie of Brownsville, Md. and Mrs. Stuart Crim. Miss Shelley Drish left on Monday morning to spend this week at Camp Viewmont, the Baptist Camp near Charlot- tesville, Va. Mr. Raymond Jenkins left on Saturday for a visit with his brother and sister-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jen~ and their family at their honm in fulton, Missi pL HOME INTERIOR PARTY Mrs. Mark Rudolph en- tertained a group of friends at a Home Interior Party held at her home on Wednesday evening. 'l'ne guests spent a very pleasant evening during which the attractive line of products was denmm ated by Mrs. Angle Frazier of Winchester. Attending the party from Summit Point were Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and Mrs. Robert Light Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swisher and the formar's mother Mrs. Owen Swisher attended the wedding of their cousin, Miss Kathy Bender which was held A NEW MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION STATION WILL BE OPENING SOON IN SHEPHERDSTOWN AT A. & K. Salvage & Towing located on Route 230 (Flowing Springs Road). cart 876-6489 area students who are at- weather conditions, cam- tending the Band Camp which is being held this week at the Junior FIi gh School in Charles Town. CHICKEN BARBEQUE The South Jefferson Ruritan Club's annual chicken BBQ wi~ be held at the Bardane Community Center on Saturday June 19th from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. The dinner will include the usual half chicken with the Ruritan BBQ sauce, plus cole slaw, baked beans, apple sauce, rolls, butter, ice cream, iced tea and coffee. The public is invited. Senior citizens 75 years and older will be served without charge (it was inadvertently stated in last week's paper that dinner would be served free to citizens 8G and over.) Children 12 and under $2.00 and adults $3.75 May I add a personal commentary to this? The Ruritan "Chefs" are very good and you miss this you'll be missing out on a delicious dinner. Following a pony League baseball game in Charles Town last week Paul Rudolph and Doug Stamey of Shady Acres were overnight guests at the home of Mr. Jack Ponder. On Saturday June 19th a softbaU tournament in which 0 number of teams from the area will participate will be held at the Summit Point Park for the purpose of raising funds to benefit the park. On the same day the Summit Point Little League will play a double header, the first game to be played at 11:00 a~m. Hot dogs and soft drinks will be available so come out to the pieting a game which had been tied when called because of darkness and playing three others. In the incomplete game the Rangers defeated the Yankees by a score of 13 to 12. Billy Kinley was the winning pit- cher and also got three hits. Joe Ceravalo was the losing pitcher and Danny Nick got 2 hits for the Yankees: That same evening the Rangers were victorous again defeating the Yankees by a score of 17 to 12. Brian Hopkins was the winning pitcher and the losing pitcher was Danny Nick. Clinton Burner got 3 hits for the Rangers and Booby Carlisle and Charles Pifer each got 2 while for the Yankees Cory Grove got 2 hits. On Tuesday evening the Rangers lost to the Braves 30 to 17. Kenny Smith was the winning pitcher and Brian Hopkins was loser. Andrew Knott and Tony DelColle each got 3 hits and Charlie Rinds, John Rudolph and Bruce Taylor each got 2 for the Braves. Danny Zimbro got 2 for the Rangers. On Thursday evening An. drew Knott pitched the braves to a I0 to 3 win over the Yankees. The losing pitcher was Corey Grove. This was a well pitcher game, the only player getting 2 hits was Bruce Taylor of the Braves. With the Rangers wins the league standings have un- dergone a change and are now: Braves 9 wins -- 0 losses; Rangers 3 wins -- 6 losses and Yankees: 2 wins -- 8 losses. in Tri-SUt| Area ON IMPORTS 5/50 PLAN Ask for Details I I T-Shirt WITH TEST DRIVE CNI~VlqOLIET III 19112 CHEV. CAVALIER Stntion Wagon, 1,385 miles, Auto, 4Cyl Air Cond Cruise, Stereo, Blue with luggage rack, $9,730 NEW, NOW ONLY $I,99S. 1981 CADILLAC ELDORADO, IS,000 Miles, Two Tone Jadestone with Landau Top, Leather Interior, FWD with 4.1 Engine, FULL POWER OF COURSE. LOCALLY OWNED. INQUIRE AT OFFICE FOR PRICE OF THIS BEAUTIFUL AUTOMOBILE. 14~1 FORD MUSTANG, H. Back, 4Spd, w/Overdrive, AM/FM Stereo, Tan, 16,000 Miles $6,895 1981 Ford PICKUP TRUCK, 1S,000 Miles, Red, Short. bed, Auto, Stereo. Air Cond $6,895 19110 Cn'AlION SDR HATCHBACK, 18,000 miles, 4Spd. 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In the junior division The Jefferson County Board posium, regional science fair at Jeffer- of Education was exposed to Jefferson High's current son High, winners came from some of the results of the local events bowl team won the Charles Town, Shepherdstown educational system Monday regional, then went on to state and Harpers Perry junior high night when, at the regular competition at Morgantown board meeting, a reception was held to honor regional academic winners. Presiding at the reception was Beverly Hughes, secon- dary schools supervisor, who introduced and outlined the achievements of county students winning regional and state honors in the fields of science, math and current where they finished second to Keyser High. The team was composed of Kathy Hough, Andy Moore, Yvette Saunders and David Wilson. All of the above were in the second division, but in the junior division there were regional winners at Concord College from Jefferson High, Shepherdstown and Charles events. She also noted the Town Junior High, and Wright work of Eugene Piscitelli who, Denny Intermediate in the as a member of the faculty, state math field day. sponsored the Jefferson High Science Club. It was in the field of science that local students scored heavily. Curtis Sullivan, after winning the regional science fair's top award, went on to capture first place and the grand prize in state com- petition at West Virginia Wesleyan. He, together with Julie Rateliff, who finished second in the state, earned trips to the Houston Inter- national Science Fair. Duane Wydoski, a regional and state science winner, went on the first West Vrigin~ Humanities Symposium at West Virginia Wesleyan, and then to the national sym- posium in Boston, Mass. Susan Wydoski, a regional winner, went to the state sym- schools. They included Tim Gilbride, Karen Jenkins, Tif- fany Lee, Donald Noland,Leslie Skinner, Robert Welker, Scarlett James and Ronnie Nowell. COUGAR ATHLETIC BOOSTERS MEETING TONIGHT AT 7:30 The Cougar athletic booster club will meet Thursday June 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at Jefferson High School. All interested parents and sup- They included Kerstin porters are invited and urged Baird, Craig Boyd, Gary Coy, to attend. for value and service We Are Offering SUPER SAVINGSI Now Through the End of the Month You Con YOUR GOOD NEIGHBOR RUSSELL L. CAVE 513 Euclid Ave. Charles,Town, WV 25414 PHONE: 725-7311 The ono to see for all your Family Insurance Needs L/ke4 ~tete M,n ;~/ken State Farm Insurance Companies Home Office; Bloomington, IHInoll On any light-duty pickup, Ram 50, Ram 50 Sport or Power Ram 4-wheel drivel GREAT SELECTION! IN STOCK READ Y FOR IMMEDIA TE DELIVER Y MOTORS, INC. PHONE MI-3S00 Loeele lit ROUte 7 in(I Intet tlte It "Name Of ~rvlco"Wl~, Vl, II I IIIII ] II I I I Large Selection of Parts and Accessories for DATSUN-SUBARU-HONDAS And all other Import Cars and Trucks. Also Complete Machine Shop Service. 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