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10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1978 Blue Ridge, Kearneysvrille Continue As Divisional Leaders In Jefferson SIo-Pitch League COUNTY SLO-PITCH LEAGUE AMERICAN DIVISION STANDING OF TEAMS TEAMS W L Blue Ridge 9 2 Alberts 7 3 Moose Club 948 7 4 Summit Point 4 7 Bakerton 1 9 NATIONAL DIVISION TEAMS W L Kearneysville 9 1 All Mountain Blood 8 3 Wines Racing Stable 6 5 Mllivllle 3 8 Job Corps 0 11 Tuesday evening, June 13, Wines' Racing Stable beat the Job Corps 6-3, with John Mc- Donald the winning pitcher. Francis Smallwood, Arnold Painter and N. Carlisle had 2 hits for Wines. In the second game, Blue Ridge beat Alberta 9-2, with Kelth Grove the winning pitcher. For Blue Ridge, Donald White had 3-3; Brian Grove a homer and Glenn Everhart, Keith Grove, Roe Whitmore and Lee Rollison had 2 hits each. On Thursday, Moose 948 beat Summit Point 14-11, with Harold Shaeffer leading the Moose with 4 hits, one a homer. J. Rickard, Bob Appell and D. Dillow had 2 hits for Summit Point; Grant Megargea had 3 hits, Wally Mills, Alan Brady and Roger Wetzell had 2 hits. In game 2, All Mountain Blood beat Millville. On Sunday, in game 1, Kearneysville beat Wines' Racing Sble 5-1, with Alfred Clinton the winning pitcher with James McDowell getting two home runs. For Wines' Terry Harder and Roger Carey had 2 hits each. In game two, Alberta beat Bakerton 13-2, with Lewis Palmer the winning pitcher. For Alberta, Keith Fridley was 2-3 with I homer; Bill Hook 3 for 3; Dave Cavalier 2-3 with 2 homers; Tyrone Woodward 2-3; Lewis Palmer 2-3; Don Canfford 2-3 and Donald Ainsworth 2-3 and a homer. For Bakerton Bob Sherwood was 2-3 and Alan Beckett 2-3 and a homer. In game 3, Millville beat the Job Corps 16-1, with P. DoErs the winning pitcher. Lester Carroll and Charles Welch was 3-3; Thomas Ashbaugh was 2-4 with 2 homers, while Glenn Housden, Tug Davis and Alex Carroll were 2-3. In game 4, Blue Ridge beat Moose 948 by a 16-10 score, with Keith Grove the winning pitcher, and going 3-4 Louis Staubs was also 3-4, with Ron Whitmore and Larry Hawks getting 2 hits. In the final game, Summit Point beat All Mountain Blood 16-5, with Grant Megargee the winning pitcher. Danny. Jenkins 4-4 with a homer, also Grant Megargee, Alvin Mills, Roger Wetzell and Greg Mills had 2 hits and Mark Rotruck had a homer. MARSHALL ARNOLD, FORMER MARTINSBURG RESIDENT PRESENTED JCPENNEY AWARD Dalton, Georgia J. C. Penney Manager Marshall Arnold was among three J. C. Penney managers from the firm's southeastern region who recently were honored in Pen- ney's regional offices in Atlanta for their winning the company's President's Cup award at the district level. Arnold was a management trainee at the local J. C. Penney store in Mar- tinsburg from 1952 to 1956. The President's Cup's purpose is to single out smaller market softline store managers whose stores show the greatest im- provement in operating per- formance and the ability to maintain high standards. Within the company's 4outhenstern region there were 131 stores eligible to compete for the 1978 President's Cup award. From this list of 131 stores, fotw winners were chosen...three district winners and one regional winner. The winners were chosen for their outstanding performance in the following areas: sales and profit im- provement, merchandise presentation and stock main- tenance. Contest group winners were determined by district and regional management with the regional winner, Ray Lybrand of Mt. Sterling, Ky., being selected after a personal visit to the top four stores by the regional vice president. Area Swimmers At Mercersburg Camp Three Jefferson County swimmers attended the Mer- cersburg Academy swim camp held in Mercersburg, Pa., the week of June 12-16, under the direction of Gary Butts, the Mercersburg Academy coach. The camp included stroke work, workouts and classroom lec- tures. Attending from the county were: Julie Benner, daughter of Dr. Ernest and Mrs. Benner of Cahrles Town; Larry Reed, son of Mr. and M I. Lawrence Reed of Harpers Ferry; and Lisa Titus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Titus of Charles Town. Shirley Hunt Presents Jefferson Bowl To Daughter In Awards Ceremony A proud father, Shirley Hunt, above left, en- joys the privilege of presenting the Jefferson Bowl to his daughter, Martha Hunt, right, at the annual awards assembly conducted May 24th at Jefferson High School. t HARPERS FERRY From Page 9 final four. It should be noted that this will be the first time Potomac Little League has scheduled Sunday games. The tournament was originally scheduled to begin on Saturday but had to be moved to conform with Little League rules and an advance past Sunday would have caused a conflict with the Minor League tour- nament which is scheduled to begin on Thursday, June 29. The Senior Division will also begin their tournament on June 29 and there will be games on Thursday and Friday as well as two on Saturday and the championship game on July 4. All senior division games will he played at the Little League field behind the race track and all regular and minor division games will he played at the Leetown Park field. All parents and friends are welcome to join and remember refreshments will be available. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 Mrs. Philip Creamer of Locust Grove, accompanied by her sister-in-law, Miss Anna Creamer of Ranson, motored to Richwood, W. Ya., on Friday where they remained overnight. On Saturday they drove to Camp Caesar near Webster Springs, W. Va., to pick up the former's son, John Creamer and other Jefferson County boys who had spent the past week there while attending the State Conservation Camp. The ReD. David Wood returned home Saturday from Swoope, Va., where he had spent ten days participating in a continuing education and Leadership Development course. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bane and family have as houseguests, the latter's brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sweeney and children of Billings, Montana, and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bolen of Howell, Indiana, and her brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Gift, Jr., and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gift, all of Houston, Texas. Joining them at the Bane home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Gift, Sr., of Cham- bersburg, Pa., and Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gift and daughter of Bakerton. MISs Shirley Macoughtry and rs. 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PHONE: 703-667.2354 JUNE 15- 3-T Baltimore, Md., having gone there to attend the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. William Reid, held that morning at Christ the King Episcopal Church. Burial was made in Woodlawn Cemetery near Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. David Rowland and son of Hagerstown, were guests Thursday at the home of the former's cousin, Mrs. Clifford Rowland. Dr. Elizabeth Graham, of Tuskeegee, Ala., arrived Saturday to spent some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder at Shenstone. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Snyder bad as their dinner guests, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Snyder, their sister-in-law, Mrs. Wallace Snyder and her daughter, Mrs. Susan Carper. Paul Rudolph spent last week attending the basketball clinic for boys from the 4th through the 6th grades held in the Charles Town Junior High School gym under the direction of Meredith Polen. At a ceremony Friday, Paul was awarded a trophy as the most outstanding player of the week. On Friday, Danny Mills and Mark Rudolph attended a party honoring the 14th birthday of Parker Webb of Orchard Hills, held at the Masonic Building in Charles Town. Saturday, Mark spent the day visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Spunich and family near Kabletown. BIBLE SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT The Vacation Bible School sponsored by the U.M. Church, came to an end with the com- mencement exercises held at the church on Saturday. Each of the classes participated in the program with music and presentations in keeping with the school's theme which dealt with the life of Jesus. The school had an enrollment of 60 boys and girls, and an excellent staff of teachers. Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and son and Mrs. Michael DeIColle and children, attended a meeting of the Sharing Group held Wed- nesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron, their son and houseguests, Valerie and Mike Kidwiler, were dinner guests Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Cameron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner, to celebrate her birthday. The ReD. and Mrs. Roy Vernon are moving this week from their former home in Garrisonville Va., to their newly remodeled" home at West Sheustone. The Rev. Mr. Vernon has just retired from many years of service in the Methodist ministry. The members of the South Jefferson Ruritan Club held a successful chicken barbecue !at the Community Center on Saturday, the cooking and KIP. duties being handled by the men and the buffet style serving by their wives. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children joined with the former's co-workers to enjoy a group picnic at Cacapon State Park near Berkeley Springs on SHENANDOAH TREE SERVICE Is Skilled In Landscaping WeAre Experts In Lawn, Garden and Sunday. lawn of their home on Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. at a welcome home dinner in Macoughtry and Shirley were honor of Harold and Ann Carter dinner guests Sunday at the and children of Laurel Bay, S.C. home of their cousins, Mr. and Others present were Gary and Mrs. Harry Smootz in Charles Linda Gates, Melvin and Town. Katherine Rankin and children, Mrs. David Wood and Miss Linda Hadley, and Karen, daughters, returned home Tommy and Stevie Rankin. Friday from Camp Frame near Miss Karen Rankin is spen- Hedgesville, where they had cling a week at the home of Miss spent the week at the Junior Linda Hadley. High School Band Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden Mr.andMrs. Ernest Webb and and daughter were Sunday son of Orchard Hills, were guests ofMrs. Myrtle Rickard in guests Tuesday at the home of Ranson. the latter's brother and sister-in- Miss Ginger Penwell and Mrs. law, Mr. and Mrs. David Jenkins Lee Hahn were among those and son. from the Eastern Panhandle Mr. Earl McDonald and Training Center that went on a Danny Mills attended the horse bus tour to spend Saturday at show held Sunday at the Ruritan Hershey Park. Fair Grounds near Berryville, in Mrs. Fred Pope accompanied Legion's Americanism which they participated, her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Mrs. Bentley Rudolph was a and Mrs. Austin Nicndemus, to To Warren Miller At Awards guest Saturday at the home of Berryville, Va., to attend the her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. 25th wedding anniversary party The Americanism Award, and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and in honor of Mr. and Mrs. by Jackson-PerksPostNo. 71, sons. On Sunday the Rudolph's Garland Pope, at the home of had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Pope. A this year went to young Warren Carl Busey of Martinsburg. number 25 and white hells above are Miller, right; and Mrs. _ _._-___-______ adorned a two-tiered cake which master, left, shortly after the was cut and served by Mrs. honor at the annual awards LEETOWN Margaret Pope. Punch was ferson High School. Mrs. Ruth Locke poured by Mrs. Helen Butts and Dial 725-8309 the guest book was handled by :-=----=----'--------:-----=i= Miss Debbie Butts. Russell; senior Warden, Tyrone Mr. Paul Hardy of Charles Thomas; Junior Warden, Floyd Knott to see Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stevens Town was a Saturday dinner Ferrell; Treasurer, Robert Joseph for thd and children of Carhondale, guest of his daughter and son-in- Hockensmith; Secretary, Roy are visiting friends and relatives law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Poston. Shirley; Senior Steward, in the county. On Wednesday, Tommy Ceravalo is spending Charles Brown; Senior Deacon, to let him go they called on Mrs. James S. some time at the home of his Wayne Welty; Junior Deacon, week of his Locke. They expect to visit Mr. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welty; Tiller, Clarence States will be l and Mrs. Kenneth West in Tony Ceravalo. Fritts. It was noted that Mr. Roy This writer Mississippi before returning Miss Peggy Black was an Shirley was made a Master home. This is their first visit overnight guest Sunday at the Mason, June 24, 1920, and has Richard hack home in four years, home of Miss Terry Breeden. been secretary since 1935. Center in A newly formed Extension Mr. and Mrs. Gone Somers Mrs. Margaret Rhode and son week. Mr. Homemakers Club met at the, and daughter, Mrs. Judy of South Dakota, are visiting her home of Mrs. Cam Tabb on June Housden of Frederick; Mr. and mother, Mrs. Stephen Kokesh. in the 8. Mrs. Steve Washburn, Mrs. David Housden and sons Mrs. Roy Darryl has returned now lives in president, conducted the were Sunday guests of Mr. and home after having spent a week leaving for meeting. The members, from Mrs. Elwood Breeden. with her husband, who is in the Mr. and around the county, tried out Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman of Navy stationed in Orlando, Fla. Mrs. Agnes several club names but none Mt. Mission and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirley and Robert seemed satisfactory. So far the James Fritts were Sunday ,laughter, Miss Eleanor Ann visited Mr. group is the "No Name Ex- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Shirley, spent Sunday with Mr. V.A. Center tension Homemakers Club". Penwell and family, and Mrs. Danny Nichols and Saturday. Any suggestions are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rankins family. However, the members were entertained on Sunday at their Miss Lillian Myers spent the Airman weekend with Miss Camilla more fruitful in planning next home to a father's day dinner. year's program. After a full Those present were Gary and Wiltshire. A evening of brainstorming; the Linda Gates, Harold and Ann Mr. Joe Snyder is a patient in meeting was adjourned and Carter and children, Melvin and the V.A. Center in Washington, BILOXI, refreshments were served by the Katherine Rankins and children, D.C., in Room 216, Ward 20. He is R. Dailey, hostess. The club meets the first Marvin and Barbara Ceravalo a member of the Masonic Lodge William in Shenandoah Junction and his Ferry, Wednesday in each month at and children, Tony and 7:30 p.m. Margaret Ceravalo, Mrs. Betty friends wish him a complete [AFB, Mrs. John Poland and Mrs. Eusey and Willie and Carl recovery, i Force Charles Blue visited in the Rankins. Mrs. Shirley Ferrell is a for aircraft village Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mella of patient in Jefferson Memorial I specialists" Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fritts lls Church, Va., wm'e Monday Hospital. i Airman spent Tuesday and Wednesday guests of their niece and A comparison of farming in install and Holland with Jefferson County navigation  in Richmond, Va., visiting Mr. husband, Mr. and Mrs. Austin will be the highlight of a young assigned to. and Mrs. Marshall Fritts and Nicodemus. Mr. and Mrs. William Harrell Mrs. Victor Christman is a Dutchman's stay here for two for duty and Sandee. Mrs. Fritts is patient in the Winchester months. Joseph Van Wanroy Strategic recovering from back surgery. Memorial Hospital having been "'they call him Joy" is staying The club will meet June 26 at taken there on Wednesday. She with the Wayne Knott family on 7:30 p.m. at the Leetown U.M. is in Room 346 on the 3rd floor, the Ridge Road and ex- associate perimenting for the first time Church ....................... the American way of life on the Mr. arid Mrs. Bill Lee and SHENANDOAH farm. Mr. Lyle Tabb, who has a The daughter and Mrs. Ruth JUNCTION number of connections with the of jefferson Moreland spent Thursday in Cumberland, Md., visiting Mr. Miss Lillian Myers and Mrs. John Rankin, Mr. and Dial 725-5168 B A I L E Y ' Mrs. Jess Kave and Mr. --------:-- Mrs. Wayne Coulter. Word has been received of the 111 S. George St.. Charles Bible School at the Methodis death of Mrs. Oren Saunders of and Baptist Churches both Henderson, Md., onMay 30. She SO ou started on June 19, with the was the daughter of the late Methodists meeting in the Owen and Nora Chaney Broyles, WERE IN TOWN? evening from 7-9 p.m., and the of the Junction. She is Baptists meeting in the morning by her husband and six children from 9-11 a.m. all of Henderson, and thre WE ARE NEXT TO THE The Single s Club met at sisters, Mrs. Louise Gray, WE SELL QUALITY M Scollay Hall for their monthly Harper s Ferry; Mrs. Mary DISCOUNT PRICE" meeting Thursday, June 15. Ten Penwell, Falls Church, Va., and members were present and Mrs. Betty Wilt, of Shepherd- plansweremadeforayardsale s00n00obrothersandasister IF A.NAME IM in JULY. preceded her in death. Much Mrs. J. S. Locke was a dinner sympathy is extended to the THESE guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jame., bereaved family. Blue and family of Shenandoah A large group of people called GE APPLIANCES Junction on Tuesday. "International Family by RCATV's ReD. Nancy Webb was guest Adoption" was held Saturday, TV ANTENNAS speaker at the Leetown U.M. June 17, at the home of Mr. and TV & CB ROTORS Church on Sunday, June 18. Mrs. Wayne Knott on Ridge TOWERS Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dilly, Read. About 75 persons were CAR STEREOS Shepherdstown, called on her present. HOME STEREOS parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Elk Branch Lodge No. 93 Blue on Sunday. elected the following officers for CB ANTENNAS Mr. and Mrs. Tracey Sutler the coming year: Master, Alvin and daughters of Hagerstown, CLOCKS Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyie 1[ [By RADIOS Tabb and family and the Marion f CALCULATORS Blue's on Sunday. k metme CB RADIOS SPEAKERS RIPPON m CAR ANTENNAS Smoke/Fire Alarms Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098  ----- --VwFn RCA VIDE :----  ---- --:'- - "-=- ------- [I T RADAR DETECTORS 'IV Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo were hosts to a cook-out on the PORTABLE RADIOS If you become sick or dis- RECORDERS abled, Netionwide can Ilelp CASSETTE PLAYERS you make sure your mortgage payments ere paid. CLOCK RADIOS Call e Nationwide agent soon. 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