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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1978 8 Seek To Form Civil Liberties. Group In Eastern Panhandle A public meeting to determine possible interest in the for- mation of an Eastern Panhandle Civil Liberties Union will be held Saturday, June 24th, from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, 200 West King Street in Martinsburg. Attending the meeting will be Robert Poyourow, an attorney and director of the West Virginia Civil Liberties Union, and Sylvia C. Bluhm, WVCLU president, beth from Morgantown. In announcing the meeting, Ms. Bluhm pointed out that for nearly sixty years the American Civil Liberties Union has been the only national non-partisan organization devoted solely to the preservation and enhan- cement of Constitutional Rights. Each year, the ACLU litigates over five thousand cases chosen for their significance to civil liberties in state and federal courts with legal assistance from staff and volunteer at- torneys. Saturday's discussion will focus on the current status of civil liberties and what services and activities may be ap- propriate in the Eastern Panhandle area. Members of the ACLU jn this area and the general public are invited to attend and bring friends. There is no charge, parking and lunch are available nearby. KABLETOWN Mrs. Marianna Smallwood Dial 725-5707 Nine members of Kabletown Ladles Aid Society met Tuesday evening, June 13, at the home of Mrs. Oral Hughes. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Robert Sewers, president, at 7:30, who opened with the hymn, "Just As I Am Thine Own To Be." Mrs. Lloyd Harshman gave the devotions which included a poem, "Secret.., a meditation "Thought For the Evening", reading Psalm 85, cliug with a prayer. Mrs. Hughes gave a most interesting lesson on "The Life of Jesus" based on session 6 of "The Heart of the Bible" as recorded in Matthew 5-7. Members participated in the discussion which began with a poem and the reading of the Beatitudes by Mrs. Harshman with Mrs. Hughes responding with an explanation in the form of a litany. The Lord's Prayer was played in unison. The usual business routin, his birthday, fulfilling a wish of his mother who felt that he would be home for this ob- servance after an absence of four years. Mrs. Roosevelt Green has returned home from a visit of a week in Washington, D.C., visiting her son Richard Alvin Green. This was a memorable week for her as she attended the graduation of her son Richard who received his Doctorate Degree in Education from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. He is Administrative Assistant in Prince George Educational System. Mrs. Eva Rowland who with her son Richard, resides with her sister, Miss Laura White, observed her, eighty-third bir- thday this past week. She was the honor guest on Sunday, June 11, when her sister entertained to a dinner. A beautiful floral arrangement which centered the table, was a gift from her son Richard, and his friend Mrs. June Bohrer. Those present to enjoy the bountiful dinner were her sister, Mrs. Edna Hill, Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Francis White, Mrs. June followed. Several recom- mendations were made which are to be presented to the Of- ficial Administrative Board which will meet Sunday at 7 p.m. on July 9, at the church. An- nouncements were made con- earning the July meeting which will be held at the home of Mrs. Baker Penwell, Rippon. Mrs. Harshman will have the lesson. There being no further business, the meeting adjourned following the Benediction. During the fellowship hour, the hostess served refreshments enjoyed by all. Billy Haines, a member of 1978 graduating class of Jefferson High and of James Rumsey Vocational School, has accepted employment with Dixie Narco, Ranson. Dennis Saylor, a recent graduate of Shepherd College, has accepted employment in the office of General Electric, Arlington, Va. James Cloud has returned to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cloud, following his discharge from the service after spending the past two years in Germany. Jimmy arrived just a few days before "As Chairman of the Board!" Richard Rowland, and her great-grandson Timothy Dan- nor, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cloud, Rippon. Visitors during the day were Mr. and Mrs. Al Shroader, Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Hill and children, Shady Acres, Mid- dleway; Newton Thompson and sister Helen. The figures 83 which adorned a beautifully decorated cake were quickly and wittingly changed by the honor guest to 38. Then on the following Tuesday Mrs. Martin Glaize, Ranson, joined Mrs. Rowland and the family to enjoy dinner on the actual date of the latter's natal anniversary. May Mrs. Rowland enjoyed more such occasions. Tuesday evening, returning Mrs. Glaize to her home, Mrs. Rowland, her sister, Mrs. Edna Hill, Miss Laura White, Newton Thompson and Peggy white, visited Frank Hill and family at his home, Shady Acres. Frank recently returned home from Jefferson Memorial Hospital where he received treatment for an injured ankle. Friends are happy to hear that Mrs. Rose Lee Varner is con- valescing satisfactorily following surgery in the King's Daughters Hospital, Mar- tinsburg. Mr. Howard O. Bush spent several days last week with his daughter, Mrs. Darrell Mc- Donald and family of near Winchester, Va. Mrs. John Andrews spent the past weekend at Bethany Beach, Del., as a guest of her grandson Stuart Owens, whose parents, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Owens, were also there. Dr. Jane Rissler is spending several weeks at the home of her father, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and also visiting relatives prior to her em- ployment as assistant professor in the Botany Department at the University of Maryland, College Park, Md. Mrs. Robert White, her daughter Donna and two guests, Hope Welch and Mike Sealock and Mrs. Frank Howell, were among the group of members of Blue Ridge Live Wires 4-H Club and friends who enjoyed Thursday at King's Dominion, going by a chartered bus. Ideal Bohrer, Charles Town; Mr. and weather for the trip. Mrs. Laurence White Upon reading the letter to the Berryville; her sons Paul and editor recently concerning flying 3 . If You Have Electrical Problems Call Us the American Flag, it may be noted that a flag, one of these hoisted over the Capitol, Washington, D.C., flies daily, weather permitting, at the local store. If the owner is not there when the store opens for business, a neighbor assumes the duty of putting it in its proper place. It might be added that the late General Pleas B. Rogers noticed that the mast used at first was not a regulation one and he immediately ordered one from an Army supply source in New York. A stranger seeing the flag asked if the store served as a Post Office. This may not be true in an official way but many are the stamps sold here and money order applications filled out as well as mail left for our congenial postman, Keith Morriss, to collect. In winter, when weather does not permit his daily delivery, this is also a distributing point for such. Mr. Thomas Penwell, chairman of the collection of paper for the local church, announces that it would be a great help and more convenient if those bringing paper to the building would please tie the bundles two ways, securing the string or rope at top and bottom centers placing the bundles in ranks in the building. The paper drives do play an important part in the church woz'k but the above requests would help those who take care of this project. Allen Webster, an employee on the Oak Wood Farm, owned by Mr. Cahrles Hough, met with an accident Friday evening which resulted in an injured foot when a jack with which he was working on a bush hog wheel fell apart, letting the piece of equipment fall on his font. He was taken to Winchester Memorial Hospital where a cast was put on the injured member Mr. Bill Bowie and two daughters Billy Jo and Kim, of. Rockville, Md., spent several days with Pete Nisbet of Myerstown. The former is assisting Pete with painting the interior of his recently pur- chased house from David Yeabower, and getting in some fishing between chores. Dana Oden and her cousin. Jody Hough, Charles Townl spent the past week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton O. Rouss. Steve and Rusty Carroll of near Middleway, have been visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson White. ! Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Howell, Fairmont, have been Mr. and Mrs. Basil Clipp, Alexandria, Va., and Mrs. Ar- thur Bush, Charles Tow Mrs. Baker Penwell joined other fellow employees o G. E., Winchester, Va., on a bus tour to Williamsburg, Va. Mrs. Paul Rowland, an employee at Henkle and Harris Furniture Co., Winchester, joined her fellow employees on a bus tour to Charlottesville, where they visited many interesting places including Monticello. Mrs. Daisy Cato, o New York City, has been visiting her brother, William Carroll in Ranson; her sisters, Mrs. Baker Penwell, Rippo, and Mrs. George Bell, near Smith Road. Mrs. Linda Hahn, Rippon, along with Gingr Penwell and George David Boyer, the latter two are residents at Eastern Panhandle Rehabilitation Center, Martinsburg, and a number of other rsidents, went by bus and private cars, to Hershey Park, Pa., on Saturday, where they spent a most en- joyable day. Michael McDonald, of Summit Point, spent this past week with his grandmother, Mrs. Charles McDonald, while his mother Mrs. Thomas McDonald and his sister Patty, attended Band Camp. Michael did not miss attending Summit Point Vacation Bible School as his grandmother took him each day. On Tuesday morning Mrs. McDoinald visited Mrs. Grady Owens. Father's Day was observed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hill, who entertained to a shrimp dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gaynor and Mr. and Mrs. jack Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll ave returned to their home after a vacation from May 26 to PUBLIC SALE Selling my home, I will sell the following personal proper- ty, antique and modern, on the parking lot of the Bank of Harpers Ferry, in Harlrs Ferry, W.Va. on: " SATURDAY - JUNE 24, 1978 Beginning at 10:00 A.M. Victorian secretary; marble top walnut wash stand; 3 pc. Victorian bedroom suite, dresser and chest of drawers with marble top; marble top cupboard; walnut corner cupboard; Victorian side chairs; marble top sideboard; Seth Thomas mantel clock; New Haven mantel clock with days of month; June 9. They visited his brother Archie Carroll, and family of Winslow, Arkansas. They returned home by way of In- diana and Ohio, having traveled to Arizona by the southern route. We are glad to hear that Lewis, who has emphysema, enjoyed the trip thoroughly, but sorry to hear that Mrs. Carroll has not been well since her return. Mr. Lloyd Harshman was surprised Sunday, June 11, when Herndon, Va., were home where they prepared a very enjoyable dinner. Other guests were Ms. Margaret Waterman, Ithaca, N.Y., and Ms. Bonnie Marks, of Waterloo, Iowa, who is visiting Pat. Mrs. Lewis Rissler returned Monday to her work with C&P Telephone Company in Martinsburg, after a two weeks vacation. Michelle Lee Bush Mrs. Harshman entertained to a dinner in his honor. Those lCapture s High Honors present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Evans and family, Mr. and Mrs. Geroge Bell, Jackie Richards, Mrs. Louise Murray' and daughter Rhonda, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slack and son Jeff, Mrs. Evelyn Whittington and family, Mrs. Patricia Russo and granddaughter Christy, Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Summers, Mrs. Mary Richards and son Charlie. Rhonda Murray of Berryville, was a weekend visitor of Sharon Harshman. Mrs. Elsie Gray was an overnight visitor Saturday of her sister, Mrs. Mary Zombro of near Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler accompanied by his daughter, Dr. Jane Rissler, visited Haines Point, Va., on Monday. Wed- nesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rissler were dinner guests. In observance of Father's Day, the Rissler girls namely Ms. Pat Rissler,. Washington, D.C.; Dr. Jane Rissler, Mr. and Mrs. Robert "Susan" Sheeley and family of Michelle Lee Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Linden J. Bush of Charles Town, finished high on the dean's list of students at Longwood College in Farmville, Va., during the second semester. Miss Bush was one of eighty- two students who achieved the optimum 4.0 average, all A's. She was one of 330 students from an enrollment of 2,200 who averaged 3.5 or better and made the dean's list. Lengwoed College, founded in 1839, is now fully co-educational, offering majors in thirty subject areas as well as professional training for social work, business, the health science and teaching. Jefferson Association contribution Month. were Mr. and Hudson, first; Vin Catozella, Judge and Mrs. Downing, third. Leading Nancy Roth.Jane Louise second, Borlik, third. at the Civic Allen is the Players in call 725-8320. Repeat Bridge Play For Heart Fund Drive Last Wednesday's card fees for the weekly game of the Charles Town Duplicate Bridge Club were again donated to the Water Offered By The Volunteer Association, dangers sports during months has, issued a list of Water Safety summer you should alone; or go familiar is at your city Boating is one shouldn't try always wear a life insist that otherS In the event services of fireme 725-8484. BLAKELEY BAN TRUST COM Ranson, W. Va. Offers The Following Certificates of 1-year 6% -- Sl00 Minimum Interest Payable 2V2-year 6 V2 % -- s2000 minimum, interest each 6- months 4-year 7 % .. s3,000 minimum Interest each 6 months DUE TO THE CERTAINTY OF THE INTEREST RATE BLAKELEY BANIq NOT RECOMEND THAT YOU TIE UP YOUR MONEY AT ANY TEREST RATE FOR MORE THAN FOUR YEARS AT A TIME. A Substantial Penalty is Required Early Withdrawal day bed; davenport; Victorian hanging lamp with milk glass shade; floor lamps; piano stooh hall tree; coffee table; Put You Jo ey to Wo k Morris chair; pr. metal beds; glass front wardrobe: dresser: r n r MAGAHA, Inc. Rococco mirror; 2 Godeys prints and frames; walnut needlepoint dressingstool; set of wicker perch furniture; . YOU Deposits A glider; porch rockers; trivets; fire screen; iron tea kettle: 5 r re__ e_ :.,:.: _apeCmmng in Commercial & Industdal pc. silver plated tea service: record player; RCA, TV: old Wiring& Service pictures ofHarpersFerry;castorset, complete; figurines; Insured by FDIC old butter dish with 'spreader; scenic blue plates: Can- Stocking many Brands: Names of: delabras: hurricane lamps; very old portable Singer sewing [M , , machine; kitchen cabinet; Easy washer; dinette set; Servel Electrical Devices & equipment refrigerator; metal cabinets; books; picnic table; old accor-   r' A=PJPmm dian; sweeper; radio; crocks; jardiniere; jars; pots; pans; .L,.,I.' Flourescent & Incadescent Lamps dishes; kitchen utensils; other items too numerous to men- Water Heater elements. & Electric Heaters tion. t  F O IC. "m.NX: .ANZ) TIUST Terms: Cash  Member_Fed RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA'25438 And Many Popular Types & Sizes of Wire Mrs. Dorothy W. Prather It, . Dial 725. 5516 MAGAHA00 Inc. 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