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10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1978 lll l I SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 I I[ II I i Miss Julie Creamer en- tertained a group of her friends at a steak fry at her home, "Locust Grove" on Sunday. About 30 guests were present to enjoy a picnic dinner and a pleasant afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven and son, in company with Mr. Thurston Collins of Winchester, Vs., and Mrs. Thelma Gordon, of Inwood, vacationed for several days last week in Pennsylvania, visiting places of interest in Altoona, Harrisburg and Reading. In Altoona they visited the famous and beautiful, Horseshoe Curve and took a tour through a coal mine, and in Harrisburg, they toured the state capitol; between the two cities they stopped off at the East Broad Top Railroad, a narrow guage railroad still in operation. In Reading they enjoyed touring the city and enroute home, visited at Roadside America in Shar- tlesville, Pa. The Rev. Charles Frum resumed his astoral duties at the three United Methodist Churches in the Jefferson Charge on Sunday. During his recuperation from open heart surgery in April, the services in the churches were conducted by visiting ministers. ENTERTAINS AT FAMILY GATHERING Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers and Mr. Skinner Poston en- tertained the members of the Poston family at their 'annual family gathering held at their home Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pitzer of Pikeside; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mclnturff and son Robert, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McItiturff and Miss Brenda Starks, all of Hyattsville, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boxwell Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boxwell, EII, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hardy, Mrs. Harry Ebert; all of Winchester; Mrs. Reuben Poston, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lotion and son of High Point, N.C. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cline and children of Mohawk, W. Vs.; Mrs. Ruby Ridgeway of Middleburg, Vs., and Miss Debbie Peck, of Martinsburg. Their brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Monnington, of Front Royal, Va., were unable to join the group this year due to a prior commitment. Mrs. Allen Glassford and her mother, Mrs. Carl Menear, spent Wednesday and Wed- nesday night in Tunnelton, W. Vs., having gone there to visit with the latter's son, the Rev. Clarence Monear, who had just returned to his home from the hospital where he had been admitted after suffering a heart attack. Enroute home on Thursday, Mrs. Glassford and Mrs. Menear were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jenkins in Oakland, Md. Harry Laycock, who is stationed with the armed forces in Germany, arrived here last week to spend his leave visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock. Visitors on Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons, were Mrs. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children and Mrs. David Wood and daughters. The occasion was Mrs. Rudolph's birthday and her guests came to celebrate and to enjoy with her the cake baked  for her by her son Paul. On Wednesday, Mrs. Rudolph and her two younger sons, in com- pany with Mrs. James Marks of Charles Town, enjoyed swim- ming and a picnic lunch at the park in Clearbrook, Vs., and that evening Mrs. Ernest Webb and her son Parker, were visitors at the Rudolph home. Miss Karen Stamey, in company with Miss Penny Combs, of Middleway, spent Wednesday at Coolfont near Berkeley Springs. BISHOP ATKINSON TO MAKE VISITATION The Rt. Re,. Robert P. Atkinson, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West entries was awarded a red ribbon. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron and son had as their guests on the Fourth of July, to enjoy a picnic supper and later a fireworks display, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bartles, their twin daughters, and their twin sons, of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and Mrs. Stuart Crim. On Saturday, the Camerons, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kohasky, of Martinsburg, attended .the van show which was held in Frederick, Md., and later that evening attended the annual Ganotown festival in Berkeley County. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire and daughter, Mrs. Lee Drish, and granddaughters, visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Mays in Shawneeland, near Winchester Va. Mr. and Mrs. Mays were their neighbors in Summit Point for several years until moving some months ago to Shawneeland. July 4th guests at the home of Mrs. W. J. Furr were her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pine of Boyce, Vs.; her sister, Mrs. Virginia Baker and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Eva Renner, both of Berryville, Va. Mark Rudolph left Monday for Buckhannon, W. Va., going there to spend this week attending the Bobcat Basketball Camp. On July 4th, he was among the guests at a cook-out held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Hammond near Shepherdstown and later attended the festivities at Morgan's Grove. Mr. Daniel Menear of Baltimore, Md., was a guest over the weekend at the home of his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and family. Also visiting with the Glassfords on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Donald McGlauflin and son of Leavittstown, Pa. Troy remained here to spend the next two weeks visiting with his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock were among the guests at- tending the reunion of the Johnson family held on Sunday in Berryville. Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson and son were guests at a cook-out held on July the 4th at the home of the latter's uncle, Mr. Wade Wharton, in Charles Town. WMS MEETING The Women's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church met at the church on Thursday with a fair attendance. The meeting was opened with the Call to Prayer, led by Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and following the routine business meeting, the lesson was presented by Mrs. Lloyd Swisher. Paul Rudolph spent Friday and Friday night visiting with Mitch Viands at his home on the Wheatland Road. i" IIII -- I MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 725-2500 III] il Mrs. Helen: White enter rained Sunday at her home, the former "G?eanwich House", at a dinner for relatives and friends. A delicious meal was served followed by a lot of good music. Mr. Tom White played his violin and Mrs. Harry Nicely at the piano. The group joined in singing hymns. Those attending and enjoying an evening of fellowship were: Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Pierce, Mr. Leonard White of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fritts from Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Minnie Zombro Mrs. Lillian Custer, and Mrs. Paul Hough, from Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas White, Mr. Tom White, Mr. John Bradley from Charles Town; Esther Swartz of Bunker Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro of Fails Church, Va.; Mr. George Griffith, Mrs. Freda Gravel, Mr. Harry Hayslett, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zombro, of Berryville, Vs.; Mrs. Jane Auvil, Mr. Lee White, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James, Mr. Lee Brown, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Nicely, Mr.,.and Mrs. Charles Kearns, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson, Mrs. Naomi Barrow, Mrs. Mary White, of the village. Mrs. White read a poem from the Greamwich House menu titled "Clippt0wn" and "To Virginia, will make his anniml Preserv e A Husband". A most visitation to the Church of the'enjoyable evening was spent Hply Spirit, St. John's Church in renewing old friendships and Rippon and GraCe Church, fellowship. Middleway on Sunday, July 16. A Miss Cindy Ring is a shut-in, cordial invitation is extended to due to the chicken pox. anyone wishing to attend the Mr. and Mrs. Michael 10:15 service in Summit Point. Knightenof Hagerstown, Md., Following the service at Grace were Sunday visitors with Mr. Church, Bishop Atkinson will be and Mrs. David Gray, Henry and honored with a covered dish Michael. luncheon at I p.m. at the White Congratulations to Mr. and Church in Middleway. Mrs. Calvin Pierce who Mr. Earl McDonald, Danny celebrated their 32nd wedding Mills and Miss Heather Durn of. anniversary on July 14. Shepherdstown, attended a Happy Birthday to Mr. James horse show hold at Mapleville, "Jimmie" Nicely, who Md., on Sunday. In the corn- celebrated his birthday on July petition, one of Mr. McDonald's 14. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Watson of Stone Mansion, Ga., visited this past week with Mr. and Mrs. James Cain. It was good to see Rev. Charles Frum back in the pulpit at the Middleway U.M. Church after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Sandra Gruber, Mrs. Mary White and Mrs. Beatrice Mason visited on Friday the guests at the Reeder's Memorial Methodist Home at Boonsboro, Md. Mrs. Kenneth Snyder and LaDonna, of Vetzburg, Ger- many; Mr. and Mrs. Lester White and Velva visited on Sunday with Mrs. Nannie Smallwood and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Russell of Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. James Ricbards and family of Middleway, en- tertained at their home on. Monday with a dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall "Sonny" Watson, of Stone Mansion, Ga. A cook-out was planned but due to the rain it was held in the recreation room. Those at- tending and enjoying an evening of fellowship were, along with Mr. and Mrs. Richards and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wat- son, were Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith, Miss Donna Mason and Mr. Lee Brown of Gerardstown Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foltz of In- wood; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett and children, Mrs. Frances Shirley and son of Bunker Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stanley of Newport, N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. James Richards; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Richards and daughter, Mr. Joe Richards, Mr. Greg Jenkins, Mr. Joe Rinker, of Rippon; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Myers and children Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Smith and children, of Berryville, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gayhart and children, Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Hill and children, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor and children, Mrs. Norman Everhart from Middleway. An enjoyable evening was spent together in spite of the rain. Mrs. Charles Moore and Sandy, granddaughter and great-granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens, returned to her home in Daleville, Ala., after spending the past week here. 4-H Club members from the village who attended the Tri- County Younger I camp the week of July 3 through July 7, ifi Camp Frame in Hedgesville, were Matthew Howard, Carmen Taylor, Tracey Verburg, Donna Magaha, Shelly Magaha, ' Pamela Lockwood and David Hoffman. Adults were Mrs. Naomi Barrow, counselor and Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, counselor. Sympathy from the com- munity is extended to the family of Mrs. Helen Aguiar who passed away at her home in Arbutus Md., on July 5. Mrs. Aguiar was a former resident of Middleway. Her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson attended the funeral on Satur- day. Sympathy from the village is extended to the family of Mrs. Wilson Johnson of Shenandoah Junction, who passed away on Wednesday at the King's Daughters Hospital. Her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, is a resident of Middleway. Mrs. Kenneth Snyder and daughter LaDonna of Vetzburg, II I III RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 II Our deepest sympathy goes out to Mrs. June Adams and family by the death of her father, Mr. Gover Orndoff of Clearbrook, Vs., whose death occurred last Friday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Richards and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Jenkins and son, Mrs. Lester Jenkins of Berryville, Va., were among those attending the Mills and Jenkins reunion at the Community Center in Bardane on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Poston spent four days in Atlantic City over the Fourth of July. The occasion was in honor of their 4th wedding anniversary which was on July 3. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morris of Baltimore, Md., were guests of the latter's mother and step- father, Mr. and Mrs. James Fritts. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swartz and family moved from their home in Rippon last Saturday to their newly pur- chased home on Boom Road in Berryville. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Tuesday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Plum and daughter, Mary Katherine on Jefferson Avenue in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Kershner and daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kretzer and family in Hagerstown. On returning home, Mr. and Mrs. Ceravalo called on their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grove in Hagerstown. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus attended a birthday party on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pope near Berryville. They also shared the homemade ice cream and cake with Garland's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope were unable to attend. The Bullskin Happy Workers 4-H Club members participated in a combined project workshop, swim party, and Cook-out at their meeting held at the home of Jason and Margaret Mickey. Members completed their ac- tivity records and project books under the direction of Project Leader, Mrs, Martha King. Mrs. King announced that members with animal projects will explain the care of their animals on the Project Tour. "Animals on Tour" will be explained by Amy Mayberry, horses; Jeff Burns hogs-; and Mike Chapman, steers. Another interesting feature of the tour will be seeing the many species of birds at Mike Chapman's house. Another highlight of the meeting was a progress report on the club's entry in the energy conservation contest -- Zippity Do Dare Energy Aware! Every club member's Family has completed at least one project in their household to save energy. Pictures will be appearing in the newspapers to tell the story of the involvement of all club members and their families in an effort to suggest ways to become energy aware. Lyn Nuse explained as she displayed an exhibit of photographs she had taken for her project this year. An illustrated talk was presented by Leslie Skinner on "Water Safety". After a discussion concerning rules for successful and safe swimming, the club returned to the pool for a final swim during the usual recreation period. The next meeting will be held Aug. 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of DeDe Myers. The Health "H" will be emphasized when Donald Myers will conduct a program in physical fitness involving group sports. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 725-8309 I Sunday, July 2, at a meeting at the UM. Church, an MYF club was organized. Bobby Mason is counselor. President is Anna Jefferson; vice-president, Kim Demory ; secretary and treasurer, Lydia Starliper. This meeting will be on Sunday night at 7 p.m. and they welcome all youth. On Sunday, Miss Floyd Owens, Sr., and Patty, had a cook-out. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens, St., Bill Owens Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens and son, Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Owens, Jr., and sons Charles Town, and Michael and Valerie Owens. The Home Demonstration Club will meet July 19 at the home of Mrs. K. K. Cavalier in Harpers Ferry at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Betty Jean Franklin North Carolina, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Dunbar. Mrs. Dunbar visited her father and relatives in North Carolina for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bradley are the parents of a new baby boy, born July 4 in Winchester Memorial Hospital who hs been named Leland Curtis. David Bullock is home after a week at 4-H Camp at Camp Frame. Mrs. James Locke visited Mr. i and Mrs. Kenneth Feagans, Airport Road on Sunday mor- ning.. Mrs. Charles Blue, Mar- tinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue on Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Locke was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue at Shenandoah Junction on Sunday. The congregation welcomed Rev. Charles L. Frum on Sunday at the U.M. Church. A large crowd attended and heard a very inspiring sermon. I LIVESTOCK SALES The quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, July 10, 1978. Receipts of all classes moderate, with a good demand for all classes. Good butcher steers, $50 to $52; plain to medium steers $44.50 to $49.75; good butcher Germany, arrived at Dulles Gibson,II Airport on Friday. She was met [[ by Miss Judy Snyder and will II her spent some time with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester White and family in Middleway. Charles Linton of Inwood, was a Thursday night guest with Michael Ring. Congratulations to PFC Charles "Rusty" Shirley of Camp LeJeune, N.C., and Miss Kathy Combs, who were united in marriage on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Assembly of God Church in Ranson. A reception was held following at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills in Hidden River. The yard sale for e Wizard Clipp Singles was a success. A reminder that the next meeting will be on Thursday, July 20, at 6:30p.m. This will be a cook-out. All singles welcome. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. West were on the bus tour from Mar- tinsburg on Saturday and en- joyed the day for the Cass  Railroad Tour at Cass, W. Vs. Mr. Bob Hague returned home on Sunday after spending past three weeks visiting relatives and friends at Ann Arbor, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, Anessa and Scott, returned home on Saturday after being on a weeks vacation. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. James Hamner of Parsons, W. Va., toured the southern part of West Virginia in and around Rich- wood and also toui'ed Williamsburg, Vs. Mr. Friend returned on Monday to his duties at the 3-M Company. Definition Skeleton: A pile of bones with the people scraped off. .Tribune, Chicago. IZO Cu.Ft..Frost,Cleartl Refrigerator Freezer II \\; Model, RT17F3 Quality featvres make this a great buy -- 6-position adjust- able glide-out shelves, 2 glide- out crispers, convertible- reversible doors, removable door racks, optional rollers, and ice master capability. With Working trade in Regular 469.95. Color extra $10.00 10 year Replacement Compressor Warranty. J. RUSSELL FRITTS & SON, INC. Charles Town, It11. Ya. PHONE: 725. 551 ! heifers, $47 to $50; plain to medium heifers, $40 to $46.75; good bulls, $45 to $50; plain to medium bulls, $39 to $44.75; commercial cows, $40 to $43; utility cows, $38.50 to $39.75; canners and cutters, $32 to $38.25; stocker, and feeder steers, $45 to $55; stocker and feeder heifers, $40 to $50. Choice to prime calves, $68 to $78; good butcher calves, $57 to $67; medium butcher calves, $46 to $56; thin calves, $45 down; heavy calves, $40 to $55; good to choice lambs, $50 to $54; butcher ewes, $12 to $18. Good butcher hogs, $47 to $47.20; medium butcher hogs, $46.40 to $46:90; heavy butcher hogs, $40 to $45; butcher sows, $35 to $40; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, $43 to $46; shoats per hundred, up to $71.50; pigs per head, up to $48.50; boars, up to $35.50. MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-2750 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dean and family of Romney, were weekend visitors of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. David Forkey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mifflin Ott and daughters of Walnut Grove, were Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. ERda Ott. Mrs. Arietta "James" Pen- well returned to her home from Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va., where she had been a patient for about six weeks. Mrs. Mazie eden returned to her home from Washington County Hospital, Hagerstown, Md., where she was a medical patient. The Mannings Assembly of God Church had their picnic at the Jefferson Memorial Park. It was largely attended and everyone had an enjoyable time. Mr. Frank Bell returned to his home from Jefferson Memorial Hospital where he bad been a )atient for some time. Miss Nancy Shumaker of Stephens City, Va., was-a Saturday evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oden. Mr. Charles Ott, Jr., and family speqt a vacation in South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn and daughters of Martinsburg, were Saturday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Mifflin Ott and daughters of Walnut Grove on the Flowing Springs Road , Mrs. Pauline Ott, Marsha and Kathy Oden, spent from Monday until Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ott and family at Ravonel, S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden of Bakerton were Sunday guests of !his mother, Mrs. Nellie Ode. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Brown and On T0ur Of family of Jefferson Village, and Mrs. Pauline Ott, Mrs. Ruth and Mrs. Charlotte [ Beahm were Sunday visitors of !Mrs. Arietta "James" Penwell. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and family. My sympathy goes out to Mrs. Jessie Dillow and Mrs. Dena :: Dillow by the death of their brother, Mr. Charles Engle. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dillow and son of Millville; Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son, of Walnut Grove, were Sunday dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. Jessie Dillow. Miss Hope Miss Shelly Magaha of Rt. 1, daughter of Mr. Summit Point, spent a week in Frye of Inwood, Hedgesville at Camp Frame twenty-six other with her 4-H group. ! Coltegq Miss Robin Staubs of the Eastern Harpers Ferry Mountain Club IThey returned home from a three TWA on week visit with friends in New '11 return Mexico. She also visited Texas 27. During the tou rl and Mexico. France, Ital Mr. apd Mrs. Keith Oden and Switzerland and sons from Millville, Miss Rachel McKinney is a Turner and daughter, Melissa Mr. and Mr and son Gary, were visitors of Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Philip eden on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. David Staubs of Shepherdstown and Miss Sherry eden of Harpers Ferry spent Wednesday in Kings Dominion. Mrs. Wilmer Bell and daughter were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Brackett and :sons of Ranson. i JAPAN & [WO JIMA TOKYO -- Japan has an- nounced it plans to turn the island of Iwo Jima, where more than 4,5(X) American Marines were killed in one of World War lI's fiercest battles, into a key strategic military base by 1983. Bridge Activities June After a lapse Wednesday night Charles Town Club will resume 19 at the Civic Winners last North-South: Jane Dully, first; Louise Catozella, second; Lacy-Craig Dodson, West: Fred first; Jane and Bill second and Bill Schroth, third. John Allen is Director and 7:45 on July 19. of a partner may WINCHESTER TOYOTA., INC. Sales -- Serv|ce -- Partt TOYOTA-- MERCEDES New and Used Cars and Truck! Over 200 units in stock and on order 1835 Valley Avenue. Winchester, Vs. PHONE: 1.301 - 667 - 9200 JULY 13 - 'IF D|AL|II UC|HS| 751 ! That's because he's still listed as just Leon" in the telephone directory. There's no his wife Joan. Nor their three teenagers. After all, they deserve their own listings? Well now you can let everybody know about the things happening in your life with the new edition telephone directory. It's going to press soon. So about to make any changes or add a dual name now's the time to do it. Just call our business office and find out charges are, if any. 5EnERAL T