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High ? SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JUNE 28. 1984 Plans Finalized For Drug Workshop At Bolivar Church : A drug abuse workshop which was initiated by the youth of the cl)m'ch will be held Saturday June 30, at the Bolivar International Pentecostal Church of Christ, located adjacent to the KOA Kampgrounds near Harpers Ferry. It will begin at 11 a.m. and is open to the public. A representative of a local com- munity service agency will be present to explain the dangers of drug abuse and inform those present of the various types of drugs prevalent. A ,film will also be shown depicting the . ~ nature of drug abuse. Dinner will be provided free. of charge in the fellowship hall of the church. The activities are scheduled to conclude with a concert of Christian music provided by the "Gospel Echoes" of Inwood. above are those members of the Burns Puster, Delma Good Nicholas, Shirley of Charles Town High School whoMacoughtry, Hilda Marshall Kable. Third for the 50th reunion held at Clif- row (left to right)---Helen Roberts, Elizabeth at Harpers Ferry. They are: Front Gruber Dailey, Nancy McGarry Holden, to right)--Fred Lehman, Elizabeth Marie Kite Oden, Betty Linson Ford. Fourth Stone Bettie Jackson Tomlin, row (left to right)---William Bayer, Caroline Dalgarn Foringer, Amos Frazer Johnson, Alma Lee Strider Christian, Dr. C. Hamrick, and Dr. MillardDouglas Phillips. Fifth row (left to the latter two guests of the affair, right)George Tabb, Wallace Bush, Lelia row (left to right)---Elizabeth Huyett White, Alvin Blum, James Early, Sarah Coyle Blue, EleanorMaurice Viener and Conrad Phillips. (Photo by Kable Photo-Graphics) Charles Town High reunion on June 16. and guests met for ;and dinner at the Cliffside Ferry and all par- )oyable program. were recalled, and and friendships were ably assisted by Mrs. Alma and Mr. George Tabb. Viener performed as awarded to Mr. William the longest distance ; to Dr. Elizabeth for having the most to Mrs. Hilda Marshall married (47 years); (II), and Mrs. most travell- .' U.S. (50 states). llanlrick was an honored was Dr. and Mrs. Millard g the even- ing from Mrs. Dorothy Moffatt Broh, guest Mrs. Virginia Trail, Harpers from Cairo, Egypt, expressing Ferry regrets, and sending best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ldtman, Charles Those attending were : Mr. andMrs. Town; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ford, Alvin Blum, Norfolk, Va.; Mr. and Elizabeth Linson, Greensboro, N.C.; Mrs. Wm. Taylor Bayer, Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holden, Nancy Arizona; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Puster, McGarry, Shenandoah Junction; Miss Eleanor Burns, Charles Town; Mr. Edith Macoughtry, Summit Point; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bush, Martinsburg; Amos Manstoff and guest Mrs. Mollie Mrs. Harry Baetchel, Elizabeth Bhunberg, Del Ray Beach, Fla.; Mrs. Cockrill, Berryville, Va.;Mrs. Victor Donald Kable, Hilda Marshall, Blue, Sarah Coyle, Kearneysville; Charles Town; Mr. Conrad tBud) Mrs. Oiney Foringer, Mary Delgran, Phillips and guests Mr. and Mrs. John Baltimore, Md. and guest Mrs. Leona Rissler, Meclianicsville, Md. Kasakitls. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Philips, Rich- Mr. James Early and guests Mrs. mond, Va.; Miss Helen Roberts, Dorothy Ha((man and Mrs. Agnes Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Yost, Lauderdale, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Christian, Alma Lee Strider, (2(aries W.A. Johnson, Caroline Frazer, Town; Mr. George Tabb, Wayneshoro, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Nor- Kearneysville; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice val Nicholas, Dolma Good, Strasburg, A. Viener, Charles Town. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dailey, Sr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Christian Elizabeth Gruber, Kearneysville; Mr. hospitably held open house after the and Mrs. James W. Stone, Elizabeth party, which everyone attended and Harrison, Richmond, Va.; Mrs. Win. enjoyed. The old school spirit and White, Leila Huyett, Perry, N.Y.; Mr. loyalty prevailed, and plans were and Mrs. Ralph aden, Marie Kite, and made to meet again in five years. Congratulatiov~ are extended to ing patroled now by the police for this H I lL5 Dean and Cathy Miller on their expec- and some acts of vandalism and traf- inia Kincaid tation. The newest Miller member is fie control violations. due to arrive sometime in late Jan The County Commission has ac- 725-1301 giving either their daughter, Andrea cepted the petition for the Dog Leash Hills Citizen's a sister or their son, Jason a brother. Law for Tuscawilla. It is now in the would like to extendBest wishes to the whole family, process of having all the signatures appreciation to all those There have been several attempts verified. So far no hearing date has and volunteered made to pick up children throughout been set but it will most likely be in first semi- the development over the past 6 to 7 late July or early August. Citizens will sale/flea market for the weeks. Notices have been posted at be notified of proposed date when L sociationFund. each postal station area and the available. raised due development office has been notified Thursdy evening guests at our home efforts of the fund also of these incidents with all were Becky Miller and her two other available information given on children, Curtis and Sonya. Another yard sale is ten- description of vehicles involved, Weekend guests at home were my planned for mid- however special awareness and cau- sister, Connie Mason and daughter ! this year - this will large- Lion should be taken by all citizens and Stacie. My niece, Stacie is staying the , on if there are enm ,h in- theirehildren. Thedeveleq rnentisbe- week with us. Anyone interested so a survey can be a decision. TO BASEMENTS PIPES WALLS WITH A New AUTOMATIC P~ ~ct / Portable Kraft Maid builds oak kitchens the ww oak was supposed to be with strength, quality and beauty. Omose am/of tkese Kraft I~takl uk styles for the pe ct kitchen you've Legend always wanted. ,Oak cabinets come in 5 hand-rubbed finishes, styled from contemporary to country. Over 65 convenience features are available such as lazy susans, roll-out shelves and multi-storage units. Bring in your room measurements for free quota- tion. Or call for shop at home appointment. WindSor Y u "ll nevet l~lY hdl l~lCe f r t p quality" P,e ncy Aspen 49 Meadow Lane Plaza Martinsburg, W.V. 25401 304-267-9944 (itchen Distributors Up Moisture Like a Sponge basements, laundry sb~rage areas against Damage :E & CENTER St. Blue Rame Stdngband To Perform Friday In Downtown Winchester The Bluemont Concert Series will present the Blue Flame Stringband in concert on Friday June 29 at 7:30 p.m. on the steps of the old Frederick Coun- ty Courthouse in historic downtown Winchester, Va. Families with blankets or lawn chairs are invited to hear this spirited California Cajun band from San Francisco. Folding chairs will he available for senior citizens; requested admission is $1.00 per person. The Blue Flame Stringband per- forms an astonishing variety of tradi- tional music styles including Loui- siana cajun, jug band, old time coun- try/bluegrass, eastern European and rockabilly. Blue Flame has a solid reputation as one of the most exciting and versatile groups from the west coast. In the event of bad weather, the con- cert will be held indoors at James Wood High School, Amherst Campus. Information will be broadcast after 2 p.m. on the day of the concert over local radio stations Q102, WIN( and FTR. Upcoming Friday Courthouse Con- certs include, July 6th - Green Moun- tain Crossing, and July 13th the On The Lam Street Band. CLARKE COUNTY LOCKER PLANT Berryville, Va. 22511 Pkone:7031955-1269 "cu xn slaughtmng of ram," Lambs, Hogs & VeAl. All bogj are scalded during FAU & Winter months. Storage facilities AvAil- able on all meats l~'ece=sed in oar plaAt. "ALL MEATS ARE V CUUM PACKED" CALL EARLY FOR AN APPOINTMENT AND FOR OUR REASONABLE RATES. 7 Shepherdstown - A Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services School will be conducted throughout the Eastern Panhandle area June 29, 30 and July 1, featuring 33 different course options for regional emergen- cy personnel. Sponsored by Shepherd College and the Eastern Panhandle Paramedic Foundation, the school will include guest instructors from throughout the east and is intended for all fire, rescue, and emergency medical services per- sonnel and volunteers. Of the 33 courses available druing the weekend, eight carry academic credit while continuing education credits will be awarded in the other 25 classes. Participants may choose a combination of courses totaling no more than 20 hours and not less than eight hours according to School Coor- dinator Ran Grubb. Emergency personnel interested in registering for the school can get ad- ditional information and register by calling 304-725-9715. Many of the courses will involve ac- tual field-related work, utilizing several settings in the region for such courses as Advanced Auto Extrica- tion, Hauling Systems and Riggings Fire, Rescue, EMS School At Shepherd This Week-end for Vertircal Rescue, and Management of Hostile Situations. "This is the second time we have of- fered such a comprehensive school, and it offers an excellent learning op- portunity for area emergency person- nel," commented Ran Grubb, Direc- tor of EMS Education at Shepherd. According to Grubb, the Vertical Rescue course will be taught by nationally-known Kyle Isenhart, a specialist in rigging and hauling systems for vertical rescue. Acutal experience in vertical rescue will be a part of the course, utilizing the cliffs near the Jefferson Rock in Harpers Ferry. Also, Grubb singled out the course on Management of Hostile Situations, which he says will deal with hostage situations, street survival for emergency personnel, unpredictable domestic violence, and cover and con- cealment procedures. The coursewill be taught by a Maryland State Police Medevac helicopter paramedic and a Baltimore County, Md. firefighter. 1 Z O Q. 3 O U I CA GIVE THE UNITED WAY SUMMER SPECIAL 0 DISCOUNT CALL TODAY AND RECEIVE A (WITH THIS COUPON) (GOOD JULY and AUGUST ONLYI) (A VOID TME FALL RUSH PROFESSIONAL CHIMNEY SWEEP I Phone. 725-6722 | BIB EXPERIENCE LICENSED and INSURED 1 COUP ONIII| l quail rginia e In Crider & Shockey, Inc. of W, Va. is available to serve the building needs of Jefferson & Berkeley Counties from our ready mixed concrete plant in Ranson. If your plans call for basement walls, driveways, or sidewalks, call Crider & Shockey for information on how ready mixed concrete can give you outstanding quality and appearance at low cost. For fast service call 725-7612 -- and you will receive quality ready mixed concrete -- on time and at a reason- able price. Saturday morning deliveries are available by appointment. (RIDER , In(:. m (CASH 'N CARRY) (Mounting & Balancing Extra) CO-OP SPD P165/80D-13 (A78-13) P195/TSD. 14 (E78.14) P20S/ISD. 14 (F78.14) P21$/ISD-14 (G15-14) P215/ISD-I$ (G78-15) s4os P22S/TSO. s te s) s42so 4-~y whitewall bias tires. Polyester cord body. Out- standing mileage and bruise resistance WEST BELTLINE AVENUE orw vA RANSON, W. VA. ,tAo~ M,xevcoucmeTe (CASH 'N CARRY) PI95/70RI3 . $4~'s PI95/70R14 $48s P205/70R 14 s~0s P215/70RI 5 $54ts P225/70R 15 s56" P235/70R 15 s6OS Golden Mark Tires Available In Raised In White Outline Letters ( Price.~ may vary ) Sm/IE ID TO M00 PlR M mtOWU ImllaN~ COMPOUND. Extra Heavy Duty I ---'" 8 3 1/2-hp 22-in. Reg. sug I~. $177.00 MoOel 1224-42 has 8-in poly wheels, chrome folding handles, qt~k ~tcJflt adjustment ~103- 12726. ly'4 ". 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