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SPIRIT oF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 9 THURSDAY, JUNE , 1978 to Maine to vacation for several weeks, were guests over the weekend at Monte View, home of the latter's aunt, Mrs. Stuart Crlm, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner. Graham, who Mrs. Charles McDonald of days with her Rippon was a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Mrs. James Owcns. left on in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman and son of Leetown She was ac- trip by Mr. were visitors Sunday with the ', who spent the latter's mother, Mrs. W. J. Furr. week visiting A number of families from the and her Summit Point area attended the Graham, church service, sponsored by the South Jefferson Ruritan Club by plane on held at St. John's Episcopal be happy to Church in Rippon on Sunday and William at which the Rt. Ray. Robert returned to Atkinson was the.speaker. after an ab- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Drish and 10years, the daughters were among those attending the reunion of the ministry as family of Mrs. J. W. Drish and Episcopal the late Mr. Drish, which was at a held at the Jefferson Memorial there on Park on Sunday. Rev. Roberl Mark Rudolph left Saturday of the for Chapel Hill, N.C., having of W. Va. been selected to attend the Den: her husband, Smith Carolina Basketball Cheshire, on School for Boys, being held this Mrs. Cheshire week at the University of North Carolina family and a at a dinner at Dougie Stamey and Tracey June 18 Those Haymaker, who were chosen as Mr. and Mrs. the outstanding students in the W. 6th grade of the South Jefferson John Cheshire Elem. School, and their parents, Mrs. were honored by the South Jefferson Ruritan Club at their Andy Seal: dinner meeting held on Monday Mr. and at the Summit Point U.M. Mrs. Church. Both were presented and son, with a savings bond by the club. and Miss Ten boys and girls from the all of Summit Point area participated in the commencement exercises with which the Vacation Bible Bible School, School, in session at the Church at Middleway, was concluded on session at the Friday. Eighty-five children and the past two with a 17 assistants had been enrolled final classes in the school. The featured COmmencement speaker for the commencement the church on exercises was a home The school, missionary who had many in- of Mrs. teresting colored slides to show with Miss to the large group. Is the musical Visitors Saturday with Mr. enrollment of and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and The sons, were the latter's brother- into classes in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. and each class Ernest Webb and son, and Mr. with Webb's mother and sister, Mrs. musical Cecil Webb of Bolivar, and Mrs. George McCarthy and children Woodrow of Dearborn, Mich. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph a were in company Vernon among guests attending a attended surprise celebration honoi'ing  in Frederick, the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur White of Drish, Inwood. The reception, given by Pare Lock- their children, was held in the Smith, left social room of the South this week at Berkeley Fire Station in Inwood. the Baptist The Misses Heather and Dawn Va. Wood had as their overnight Mrs. guests on Friday, Miss Maxine Shelley Kine of Hidden Rivet, and Miss Mrs. Leroy Alicia Snyder of Summit Point. the day Paul Rudolph and Dang of in- Stamey were among guests- attending a conk-out held Sun- their homes day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Benton and son. Cooper d enronte cheap!" On Thursday a group of boys and girls from Summit Point joined with Others from the Church at Middieway to-visi with residents of the Shenandoah Nursing Home in Charles Town and to entertain themwith musical selections. Those from Summit Point were Heather and Dawn Wood, Paul Rudolph, Doug Stamey, Curtis and Sabrina White and Mrs. Clay Stamey. ------,--- ON NUCLEAR WASTE WASHINGTON-- Sedi- ments that have apparently lain undistrubed on the ocean floor for 50 million years or more are being studied as pos- sible burial grounds for nu- clear waste, Representatives of the Nuclear ReAtulatory Commission and Department' of Energy testified at a House subcommittee bearing. MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 725-2500 Quite a few from the village attended and enjoyed the Open House on Saturday for the 167th Tactical Airlift Group of West Virginia Air National Guard at Martinsburg, to see the worlds largest airplane and many other exhibits. Also to hear the Army Blues, the official jazz ensemble of the US. Army . Ban. at the War Memorial park on Thurs- day Vacation Bible School at the Middleway U.M. Church came to a close on Thursday with a picnic for the children on the lawn of the church. The com- mencement was held on Wed- uesday with each class par- ticipating in the program and music. At the end of the program the parents and friends were invited into the educational building to see the crafts on display that were made by. the children The attendance reached 110. It was a most en- joyable two weeks and well spent with the children, and each one is looking forward to next years Vacation Bible School. Mrs. Alma McGlne of West- port, Conn., will be returning home the first of the week after spending some time with her sister, Mrs. Edna Turner. Mrs Marjorie Carper and" Miss Susie Markle attended the wedding of Mrs. Carper's cousin, Miss Teresa Jones and Mr. Charles Donahue in Colonial Heights, Va., on Saturday. A Wednesday guest wRh Mrs. i Carper was Mrs. Charles Masters of Martinsburg, and Saturday Libby Weisenburg was a guest with Miss Susie Markle. Members, guests and friends enjoyed a covered dish dinner Sunday at the Middleway U.M. Church, sponsored by the MYF. Following the dinner Mrs. Walter Mayer, a former missionary in Africa showed slides and gave an interesting talk. She had on display many handmade items made by her students. For the morning worship Rev. Leon Smith was the guest speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James entertained at a dinner on Tuesday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs Pete Brengie and Darren of Happy Creek and Mrs. Paul Breitegan, of Eeamstown, Pa. Mr, and Mrs. Pete . and son were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jennings and J.C., of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brengie entertained in honor of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Breitegan of Reamstown Pa., for their 45th wedding anniversary on Saturday. Those attending, along with the Breitegans were Mr. Paul Breitegan, Jr., of Phnenixville Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. George James of Charles Town; Mr. Darren Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James of the village. Mrs Heater FriLLs of Charles Town was a Saturday visitor. Mrs. Paul "Marie" Breitegen T, Rtrned home with her family after spending the past month with the Brengles in Happy Creek. Mrs. Jay Kearns is on a 3- weeks vacation from the 3-M Company and Mr. Larry Ring is on a t-week vacation from Doubleday. Mr. Thomas White is a medical patient in the Win- chester hospital. Mrs alph Creamer has returned home after being a patient in the Winchester hospital. Friday guests at the home of Mrs. Naomi Barrow were Mrs. Louise Kline, John, Pam and Carolyn, from Richmond, Va., and Mrs Edith Jones of Mar- tinsburg. i =. ii. You name I'll Cool it[ (multip3e rooms up to an entire home*) "1400 sq ft. and using forced air furnace fan to aid circulation Gibson Series Air Conditioner Complete Window & Electdcal Installation J. RUSSELL FRITTS & SON, INC. DIAL 725- 5511 Charles Town, W. |. Mrs. Bertha Nicodemus returned home after spending the past week with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mills, Tammy and Todd in Blacksburg, Va. Mrs. Harry Shirley, Sr., en- tertained on Father's Day WRh a turkey dinner in honor of all the fathers present. Those attending along with her husband, were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills and Renee, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley, Jr., Scan and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shirley and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden, Mr. Bob Hague, PFC Rusty Shirldy from Camp LeJeune, N.C.; Miss Kathy Combs of Tuscawilla Hills; Mr Marion Borrow, Jr., and Lee Ann of Mill Creek. Miss Donna and Kim Ring, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ring, have returned home after a tonsilectomy in the Win chester hospital Weekend guests with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicely were Mr. Charles Nicely from Columbus, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Nicely from Shenandoah Retreat, Berryvilte, Va. Mr. Dong Ring remains a patient in the King's Daughters Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and children of Shepherdstown were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mrs. Ruby Browning of Blue Ridge Acres was a guest during the week of Mr. and Mrs Thurmon Piper. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhnus and daughter of Frederick, Md., were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. Lee Waters and son of Dargan, Md., were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Cogle and Susan and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smnot and son of Parkview Trailer Court were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter Amy were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and daughter. Mrs. Susan Rpdy and son of Knoxville, Md., were visitors Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman Mrs. Frances Rodgers and Mrs. Shirley Chapman and granddaughter were visitors last Monday with Mrs. Norma Smoot and son of Parkview Trailer LIVESTOCK SALES The quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, Monday, June 26. Receipts of all classes moderate. Choice butcher steers, $50 to $52; plain to medium steers, $40 to $45; good-butcher heifers to $46; plain to medium heifers, to $42, good bulls, $44 to $48; plain to medium bulls, LV/ to $43.50; commercial cows, $3875 to $41.50; utility cows, $36.50 to $38.50; canners and cutters, $28 to $36.25; stacker and feeder steers,, $34, to $60; stacker 4t feeder heifers, $30 to $46. Choice to prime calves, $64.50 to $74.50; good butcher calves, $56 to $64; medium butcher calves, $43 to ff4; thin calves, $4275 down; heavy cows, $40 to $55; good to choice lambs, $53 to $58; butcher ewes, $12 to $24. Good butcher hogs, $48.50 to $49; medium butcher hogs, $47.80 to $48.40; heavy butcher hogs, $43 to $46; butcher sows $35 to $4O; heavy feeders and light butcher bogs, $42 to $46; shoats per hundred, up to $54; pigs per head, up to $48; boars, those that cause Botulism poisoning, Hot Water Bath for non-acid vegetables and meat products does not reach the temperature of 240 degrees needed to kill the bacteria and the spores that cause Botulism. This tem- perature can be reached only in a pressure canner at 10 pounds pressure Chemicals or preserving powders are never substitutes for tbe heat to destroy food spoilage bacteria. Questions about canning, freezing, or drying foods? Contact the WVU Cooperative Extension Service office in Jefferson County by calling 725- 6571 or visit their office at the corner of George and Congress Streets in Charle Town. Propaganda is often hard to define or identify. " II "*?:F hllih ' :..;:- : ...... . Hospital. Mr. Clifton" Poston and Mr. Paul Jefferson in the Jd- Mr Gary Harriss and Miss ferson Memoriid Hospital. Susan Cogle attended the Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bush of wedding of Miss Kay Jenkins Washington, D.C.; were and Mr. Farren McGraw on weekend guests with Mrs., Saturday at the Chestnut Hill Louise Bradley. 'I U.M. Church. Susan attended to Charles Linton and Billy Ring I the guest book. The wedding was were among the Royal Rangers [ performed by tbe groom s i and camped out for the weekend [ father, the Rev. Emory at Marlowe Campgrounds Mr I McGraw, of Hedgesville. He is Homer Kitchen is the coa- SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanlta Buzzard Dial 725-2240 GROVES AND STAUB8' REUNION HELD SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family, Mrs. Hilda Piper, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters, Mrs. Jean Whitehair and son, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and children, Mr. and Mrs: Larry Buzzard and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son, Mr. Earl Cogh and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family, Mr and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mr.. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter, Mrs. Paula Smith and children Mr. HarvBy Longerheam, Mrs. Sandra Higgs and children, Mr and Mrs. Dearl Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and family, Mrs. Dorothy Grove and sons, Mr and Mrs. Marshall Grove and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and family of the community, attended the Grove i and Staubs' reunion on Sunday i at War Memorial Park in Martinsburg. An enjoyable time of fellowship and singing was enjoyed by all. Officers were elected for the year of 79. They are: Mr. Harold Staubs, president; Mr. Charles guests Of Mr. and Mrs James ,Fritts Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Chrisman family by the death of their mother, Mrs. Victoria Chrisman, which oc- curred Saturday in the Win- chester hospital, where she had been a patient for a week. Mr. Steve Gassler motored from Sarasota, Fla., last Monday and arrived in Kear- neysville to spend some time with friends and he was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicedemus on Tuesday. Mr. Gassier is a former resident of Middleway. Mrs. Janie Jenkins was honored at a baby shower given by Dorothy and Glenda Combs at the Jenkins' home in Win- chester on Sunday. Mrs. Leo Jenkins, Mrs. Donald Richards and daughter and Mrs. Robbie C, etts were among those at- tending Mrs. Helen Burch ac- companied Mrs Leons Brown to Martinsburg on Tuesday to be guests of Mrs. Butch's sister, Mrs. Madeline Eversole Mrs Betty Eusey was a Sunday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. Mr. andMrs. Jay Kearns, Mr. Court. land Mrs. Charles Edward Gardner and family of Mid- dleway, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough. Miss Dianne Breeden spent Sunday in Gaithersburg, Md., as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harding. Mrs. Myrtle Rickard of Ranson, spent Friday at the the former pastor of the home of her brother and wife, Shenandale Charge Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden Mrs. Frances Price was a and family. visitor on Wednesday with Mrs Miss Mary Lamont was a Mildred Cogle. house guest of Miss Terry Wanda Everhart and daughter Breeden on Monday. up to $36 Improper Canning Methods Dangerous Say WVU Experts Improper canning procedures can he dangerous, and some of these dangers are listed by the West Virginia University Ex- tension Office. Open Kettle method -- heating food and then potting it into jars and sealing -- is not recom- mended for canning fruits and were visitors Monday with Mr. [ Mr. and Mrs. David Housden vegetables. T food may not be and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and land sons of Shenandoah Junc- sterilized, It can be con- family It Ion, were Sunday guests of Mr. taminated as you transfer food Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Haugh of [and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. from kettle to jar. Waynesboro, Pa, were visitors Mr ...... Oven Canning is dangerous I . ann Mrs. AUStln Friday with Mr and Mrs John . . , too. Jars may explode, "'""h" _ I Nlcodemus vzszted the latter s wrote air am son . . damaging the oven and seriously ,  . , slster, Mrs. Eva Klbler, who is a Mr Lester Diliow, mr ttaJpn . injuring you. Dry heat is slow to _ . . , patient in Winchester Memorml Cogle, Mr Cecil :vernart ann ............ penetrate the food in the jars .. .. .'. _. _ . tiOSplml. neenterea'luesoay m It's not hot enough to destroy mr. tiarolo auns were gues , undergo surgery singers on Saturday at People s " . - dangerous bacteria, especially Faith Tabernacle where Ray. Calvin Staubs ministers. It was their monthly hymn sing. They OPENING SOON! also visited Rev. and Mrs. Staubs' home later in the ENGLISH MANOR ANTIQUES evening in Hagerstown. Mrs. Elsie Cook is a patient at UNIQUE FURNITURE Winchester Memorial Hospital fortes=. " " : Mrs. Thelma Cogle, Mrs. Lucille Waters and son, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughters. 124 E. Washington St.- Charles Town, W.Va. were visitors on Thursday with Phone: 725- 3046 Mrs. Doris Stewart and family of JUNE 29- IT Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Smith and .... family of Martinsburg were (304-876-6198 visitors Sunday with Mr. and '  - Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 Gu-Sgt. and Mrs. Harold LI RIL FIC Carter and children were guests R.W. WEESE BOX of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shepherdstown, W.Va E.O.W. Harry Rankins and Mr. and Mrs. nothing else is good enough 'E3 Perfect Granite E Superb Craftsmansh,p Custom Design Service ,] Witten Guarantee Without Time Limit the mol Irusted tlunle in memorials Martinsburg Granite Works 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Martinsburg, W.Vo. - FREE -- - CUSTOMER PARKING CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS Brought To You By RAMEY'S FURNITURE FOR THOSE CORNERS One of the most dif- ficult places to decorate in any home Everhart, vice president; Mrs Tony Ceravalo and family for are the Patsy Everhart, secretary; and the past two weeks. They left . corners of a Mr. Lewis Staubs, treasurer. It mid-day on Sunday to return to Ii-,m- TBtn &A ,r-,/,r room -- and was also decided that it would be their home in Laurel Bay, S.C. JL)  l  fffL) l ) yet those held the last Sunday in June at Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough ml m I  I I / m 1 l mm corners RAMEY Jefferson Memorial Park iv were Wednesday guests of Mrs. l/l IP==ll [ll I offer a, Cahrles Town next year. Eva Clark in Charles Town ll[lll lrl [lll l[ll great opportunity. Mr. Bill Martin of SiRes Oscar Lloyd had the misfor- '=" ............ The trouble is that too Trailer Park was a visitor tune of cutting his arm in several WU /t1" A UDIIT 1"ttrM #U= few home makers take =.b I . gVl IRt IVlll[II=I/I lUINdllk gr Friday wzth Mr. and Mrs. Earl places while sawing wood wzth a ........ _ ............. advantage of that op- Cogle and children, chain .w. MIQH00JJN STEEL-BELTED RAOIALS FOR po00it00 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mrs. Dorothy Wilt and ameniAM a' samn m There are many prac- Waters and son were visitors daughter, and Mrs. Lester llril[niblll bRlf imlrUl11l Rllg tieal and beautiful things during the week with Mr. and Jenkins of Berryville, were IUDfllITI:II (IDIrlDI'( trAl you can do, and here are s .U'.UV.m.b m vulm o vu=o, Mrs. Nelson Waters and son of Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. several ideas: Harpers Ferry. . Leo Jenkins and family _ How about a corner Mr. Harvey lngerneam was Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman o i_-"_' group of two sofas or love a visitor during the week with Mt. Mission and Mr. and Mrs. - - . - --- - : -:--.J-: seats meeting a table in a x,,. o,u, ........ v. ,,as= r,,,w,, -, ,,. (Il: IIIIO DIPI= I= I: Y corner. II .L vvu= .,my.- h.-... Or a earner cabinet with I PliatlC AUCTION Ill   stnrage space underneath OF_ XEXT 37.28 $1.48 and perhaps a lamp on top. ............... _ ill    Or a tali cabinet with | ANTIOUES - FURNITURE- ETC. I11    shelveshe usedabveto showWhiChoffCana --,,o,ow,n, III  $  storedeCrativedishes,Cllectinetc, or o ds lated mile west of Ill  -- - . . ""- $0 1 @ $ BerrYville, Va., on Route ,.. " Ill xw. 69.12 Hewabout a bench which can he left by the corner to WeUNeSVA Y. JULY 2, 97a || $3.13 room,anchr orthatmovedPart Ofwhenthe M I! BEGINNING AT 5:00 P. necessary for an added seating piece. Tiffanylamp, B pc. wash bwl and pitcher set, very unusual $92.64 $3.51 or perhaps a beautiful deaq y. I:hnPa 6lPCst?lh b=lwa:dCheSelerYt, Ui'' I[I table to hold flowers or show  small cedar tub, old il| candies. d chiffarobe, color en-nil Or, beautiful wall ac- terta, frier, sofa, sda bed, writing desk and I| cessories to brighten the , stands, draining table, dbl. l| room. door o, f'lle cabinet, 4-  are lots of other kitchen chairs, swivel chair, S-air conditioners, 3-chairs, 1| ideas, or combinations of table, utility table, CB, fireplace set, toys, dishes, humidifier, Ii ideas, and we'd be happy to de-humidifier, boxes of books, boxes of jars, Avon bottles, Jim Bean bottles, 2-1anterns, wash tub, garden tools, hand tools, luggage rack, 2-wheels and rims, concrete planter, 4- bicycles, one t0-speed; 2-gal. paint, 4-cragers wheels, roto tiller, 8 HP riding lawn mower, 1963 Chrysler on good rubber, 1971 Ford Station wagon on good rubber. A lot of articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH. Nothing to be moved until settled for. W, D. Orndorff-Auct. 1-703-955-2632 R. B. Ward Not responsible for accidents on premises This sale will be held rain or shine inside June 29-2t COLONIAL TIRE SERVICE 400 W.Washingt0n St. Chodes Town, W.Va, Ph. 725-706i -- F.E.A. -- INSP, .- W.II. show you some. Don't neglect those corners- they can help give your' rooms mote "charm. RAME'S FURNITURE &APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. Va