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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F 's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 17,1982 19 iil i ji ~ :/% RendeE Andemon Hosts 4.H Dairy Goat Project (holding the goat) of the Evergreen 4-H Club, hosted spring 4-H project workshop for 4-H club members with Dairy Goat Jefferson County. Rendell, along with his mother, Mrs. Robert demonstrated how to groom and clip a dairy goat for the coun- shows and proper showmanship techniques. As the 4-Hers arrived farm, they were treated to the sight of new born triplets. The 4-H project is one of the fastest growing project areas in West to Jim Staley, Jefferson County 4-H Extension Agent. 'q'ug Of War" Exciling 4-H Field Event One, two, three -- PULL! The "tug of war" proved to be an exciting event at the recent 4-H Health and Field Day in Jefferson County. Ac- cording to Jim Staley, 4-H Extension Agent, nearly 200 4-H club members participated in the events conducted annually at the Jefferson County Community Center near Bardane. Importance Of "Reading The Label" Emphasized "Reading the Label" on all kitchen cleaning supplies was the topic of a recent 4-H Foods Project Workshop according to Jim Staley, County Ex- tension 4-H Agent. Judy Matlick (far right), Jefferson County Extension Home ,:conommt, conducted a tour for these 4-H girls to find safety hazards at the Charles Town Junior High School Home Economics kit- chem. 4-H food-and'nutrition pro ts range from "Snacks & Lit'de Lunches" to "Baked Desserts" and "Yeast Breads." Poster Winners In 4-H Contest Named Show Ribbons Won At 4-H Health, Field Day group of 4-H club presidents are holding onto their club's or white ribbons for the recent 4-H Health and Field Day. Each received either a blue, red or white ribbon based upon theh- club's at- participation in the days' poster contest. The days' events a council circle, scavenger hunt, and egg toss, and the poster Milk for the day was secured by Ward Zigler and the Highs Dairy Stores. 4-H Health and Field Day is an an- to encourage 4-H youth to improve their health skills and Double Dumb (alcohol and drug abuse) was the poster contest theme for the recent Jefferson County 4-H Health and Field Day conducted at the Jefferson County Community Center Jim Staley, Jefferson County 4-H Extension Agent, announced the following poster contest winners. Junior Division winners were (left to right) Mary Margaret Mickey, first; Erin Morrison, second; and Elizabeth Marshall, third. Poster contest chairperson was Mrs. Julie Gregg, adult leader of the Shenandoah 4-H Club of Harpers Ferry. Extension Club held their at the home of with eleven meeting the allegiance was led read, in henor from 'q'he council May 2 h The council is arranging a covered dish Exle n Agent Speaks To Kiwanis Mrs. Judy Matlick tension Agent Home Econon ics WVU Cooperative dinner at the Community Extension Service spoke Center, Bardane June 29 at 'recently to the Charles Town 6:30 p.m. to welcome to the Kiwanis Club. Her variable area Edie May Gidden, from Jamaica, a student at West university. Catherine Robbins ac- comparded the grm from subjects were WVU Center for Extension and continuing education. Main theme was Vial of Life, Extension Homemaker Food and Senior Swimmers In 4.H Poster Contest Receiving top senior division honors in the 4- H Poster contest at the 1982 4-H Health and Field Day were, left to right: Derek Ferrett, first; Lynn Nuse, second; and Jondra Wilson, thLrd. The winning junior and senior posters will be displayed at the 1982 Jefferson County Fair. Assisting with 4-H Health and Field Day were 4- H Teen Leaders Ronnie Brown, Leslie Skinner and Bill Fritts and adult 4-H Leader Fto Brown. Nico~, 'I~, BRly Mills and Miss Lori Ryun in Clipping Demonstration Given By Scott Mickey Scott Mickey, a teen 4-H leader of the Wise Owl 4-H Club, is shown above giving a clipping demonstration for Jefferson County 4-H club members with a beef project at a recent 4-H workshop. Other teen 4-Hers assisting included Karen and Donna Magaha and Mildred Ware. Conduc- ted at the Tom Magaba farm, 4-Hers were shown how to get their animal ready for the county fair beef show. Teen 4-H leaders give many hours each year towards helping other 4-Hers to "learn by doing." Roger Titchman from s .al night. Biakeley Bank Sets Childs Road spent from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones Wednesday till Sunday with and children, Jeffrey, Mat-Up Trust Fund For Lester FrRts. thew, Mark and I~thy at- Miss Gaiia Poston from tended the open house on Falls Church spent the Sunday afternoon in honor of "clmclde" Duncan weekend with her parents Mr. Christine Hoover of Win. and Mrs. Harold Poston. chester. Clristine was a 1982 A trust fund has been Visitors this past week with graduate of James Wood High established for a 17-year-old Mrs. Alnm Swartz were Mr. School and she is the Kearneysville youth, Charles and Mrs` Harlan Watson from daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Chuckle) Duncan, at Martinsburg, Mrs. James James Hoover. Blakeley Bank and Trust Cam, Mrs. Thelma Weaver, David Leight, tany Sue Company in Ranson. Mrs. Bertha Nkxxlemtm, Greg .irley, Michhel Gayhart and Jack Huyett, president of Deck and,Elsle Mae Dunlap. Chuckie Gayhart were among the bank, said the funds We are rn e llmn happy to the group from the Village contributed to the trust will he report that Mr. and Mrs. that walked last Sunday for utilized in meeting the Charles Kearm both returned the Heart Fund. Billy Ring Rnuing epxenses of young clo g with "Extra Kenny. "Manage Your trod.cod by Robbins, having making a hour ttme-use the charts, 8uggestsd various their the Wright Denny Center for Newsletter. She also spoke on Excepotional children on their agriculture Soil tests Pest Ires tonr to the Washingto, Zoo snd told of the joy experienced by all. The program for the coming year will be planned at the next nmeUx g of the club July 6 at 10 aan. at the Community Center, Bardane. Bring a bag lunch and Reins for an auction after the meeting. Pdng and Secretary, Raquel Summit Point. home after being patients in and Billy Kinley came in Duncan, who has been identification, Gardening W'-rdtacre. Mr. and Mrs. Allm Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr Mrs. the Jcffersen Memorial second place, Yvette Everhart seriously ill for some several Newsletter and Garden Elliott Jr are the leaders of Holly Emert, Miss Camilla Hospital. We wish both a and Joyce Film came in tl'drd years. Ca]endar. Another topic was 4- the Youth The Wiltshire were Thursdayspeedy recovery. Sunday place, All are from the A fund has been H membership, 4-H Form-MYF meets each Tuesday dinner guests with Mrs. Ann visitors with them were Mrs. Village. established at the Bank of dationand4-H .Shewan evening at T:30. If you're12 or Hammond in Omrles Town. Doris Hough, Mr. and Mrs. -introduced by Robert D. Oft, over, they invite you to join Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr William Mercer from Ranaon, HaHley Is Named Charles Town. Major Emphasis Chairman. their fellowship, entertained on Sunday with a Mrs. Beverly Appell and There were manyfrom the dinner in honor of her daughter Tina from ScSool Counselor Number Boy Scout DOLLY MADISON &H Village that attended the daughter-in-law Mrs, Terry Tuscawilia Hills, Mr.and Mrs. CIA~ HOLDING DANCE mmualDoubleday#crdc held "Frances" Dunn for her birth- Jay Kearns, Naomi BarrowWINCHESTER, Dwight on Saturday at the Berryv/l~ day. Dinner guests were Mr. and their house guest Franc. of Ad- Act d Set ~lvantage at a time is the te re-pettexn a are "unhap- one, she The meeting adjoin-ned with Ann Hammond receiving the The Dolly Madison 4-H Club Friendship gift Bettie Tomli will hold a "Jean's dance" at had all searching in a quiz the Bardnne Community game until lunch was an- Center Friday, July 2 from nounced by the hostess. She 7:30 to II pJn. Admisison was assisted by Irene Stickle" prices will he announced later. co-hostess All are welcome to attend. Barrow come out and help dinner that supports our cmmmnity. Mrs. Norm rickiand and The annual Smith-Frye family from KnightdMe, N.C family reunien was held on were Thursday visitors with Saturday at the home of Mrs. Mr and Ma-s. Lawrence Ring Louiae Bradley at Scoliay Hall Hor Show Grounds. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn Jr Mrs. Bertha Nicodemus V'm, Ann and Ginny, Mr. and spent Saturdaywith her son Mrs. Charles Lee and promotion to It. in the Sgt. and Mrs. Charles and family, Mr. and Mrs. bilke, Mr. and Mrs Manuel Albert Nicodezmm Jr and son Alvarez and son Alex, Mr. and Lynn in Ba . also Mrs.MJxDonnandsopaMax visRed with her sister and Jr and Duane, Miss Janie brother-in.hw and Mr. and Brown, Mrs. Lester Hough, Mrs. Floyd Hoff in Boyce. Mr. and Mrs. Jay and z J ersoa Ruritan Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Larry - Dining Resin. Relatives came chicken BBQ Ring and family. They came from Baltimore, Washingtm at the Bardane to attend the Aris and CraRs and ma'rou area. This Center on Festival was their ZSth year for the from 4:00 TeresaHm'ding, JulieSmtth remloa dtmer will and Haymond Han .tl of the Happy Mrthday to Mrs. son Blaine along with the Sheriff's Department of "Rusty" S~irley and children honored guest family 'Perry Jeffers County . Jennifer and Tiffany from and their children Kathy, Jacksonville, N.C. spent the Kristy and Karm. Happy weekend with Mrs. Helen Birthday F icea rley of Hidden River and Mrs. Sara Blue was a Mr. and Mrs` 12mnle Posi in Thursday visitor with Mrs. Tuscawilla Hills. They Stanley Dunn St. returned on Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fishel joining them for two weeks and children Prmmla and J.W. vacation were Ren Mllls, of Winchester entertained on Jody Ricimrds and Carrie Am Sunday with a BBQ. )Fawkle. Guests from the Village were lmlf chicken, special Cole slaw, he/rod IMRICe, rolls, iced The public is Citizens, 75 ,will he served Children and ad.lm from efform to the c m- form of gli s to service Some of the recent to AFTER Fire USO.OO to In. Company. Village wee among the 1982 VirgLniaPterceandMissKeRt Weeke dinner guests with Jefferson High School Grozinger who celebrated Mrs. Helen Shirley were Sgt. graduates. Best wishes to the birthdays on Saturday md Mrs. Charles Shirley and three of you. June 12th. ch/Idren Jennifer and Tiffany. W)m)DINGBa'Hs In observance of Stndmts Mr. and Mrs. Harry $ irley Congratulationo to William Day at the Mlddleway United and chlldrm Sere, Sherry, Willis Wldte Jr and Jo Ellen Methodist Church, the Lisa and Fad.m, Mr. and Preston who wa'e mtt in childrenwereLnchnrgeotthe Kamey Milb and children nmrrtage on Saturday af. Sunday school and worship Reneeand Julte, Mr.and Mrs. te noon at the St. Luke's service. They did an out- Donald Lee Shirley, Mr. and U-'rated Methodist Church in by the m,tor Rev. Richurd C. Chambera Beet wishes from your fdenda in the Village. Congratulations also, to Tm r I n& Mrs. Vorotm, Lawrence Locke, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fritts and children Nicole and Lester, Roger Titchnmn, John Canby, David Vorous and Donna Whlte. A delicious BBQ chicken was enjoyed by all. Ill NOW IW| Ix cmm4|NT standing job. There were Mrs. Bobby Sblrley and son many that attended the Jmmo, Mr. Mrs. Oscar Breedm and daughter Stacle, service.e vereddlshdtmerLecerthe BfllDod onandBobR lue. TheUnttedi hodl Youth Mr. and Mrs. Nornmn Fellowship (M F) met on Astmry from BeTyvflle were Tuesday evening at the Wednesday vtMtors with Mr. 11mmaswhowereunltedln MlddlewayUnltedMethodlst andldraleJ Whlte. marriage on Friday in Church. New officers Mr. and Mrs. Kenmy Mills Hagergown. elected for the year, were and daughter Julle from Con -at tiom to Kameth Presldent, JayWhitmore, vice Hlddm River were tlmrsday of Hidden River on his president, Richard dinner guests with Danny Mrs. White was a Saturday luncheon guest. The Middleway Street Light committee met on Friday n/ght at Nick's Grocery for the drawing of the 0.00 worth of groceries. Naomi Barrow was the lucky winner. During the month of July, they will be going from door to door requesting centrilmtions for the street lights. Your support will be appreciated. The proceeds from this dmm were ;l .00. The Vaca Bible school at the Middleway United Methodist Cburc got off to an otmmmding start on Mlmday morning. There were 91 children, teachers and helpers 8 otter helpers, a total of 124 The children will he do g many this week and on Friday night at 7:30 p.m they will have a commeucemanL We invite all permis, relatives and friends to join the children on this I II I REALLY N$ BUICIK-POMIAC.GMC, INC. State 9, (Marflnsb,jrg Pie) Charles Town, WV Telephone: 725.3448 ] ] ] ]] ] Moore, Director missions at Shenandoah College and Conservatory of The following are upcoming Music, has announced the events for the Potomac appointment of David A. District of the Shenandoah Hartley as an admissions Area Council, Boy Scouts of counselor. Hartley is a 1982 America which were an. graduate of nenandoah with nounced by the District a Bachelor of Science degree. Executive Committee: He was the recipient of the June 27 - July 3 - Cub Day Algernon Sydney Sullivan Camp at Rock Enon, in Gore, Award, Shenandoah's highest Virginia. non-academic award in July 4 - 31 - Summer Camp recognition of spiritual for Boy Scouts at Camp Rock qualities practically applied to Enon, in Gore Virginia. daily living and service to the I-7 - Webelos Week school, at Camp Rock Enon, in Gore, Virginia. August 2-6 . Berkeley County Youth Fair - Scouts to he participating in various events. As an admissions counselor, Hartley will represent S enandoah at various college day programs, contacting prospective students and high school guidance personnel. He will also be available on campus to assist prospective students with inquiries about the school. ~ MHXfJ~ m u~M ~ dr~m~k m~. ~mlm~&~t