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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1978 1 Mail Muscular Dystrophy Checks above are Kelly Sue Cramer, Lyn John Mosley mailing in their receipts Muscular Dystrophy Carnival which .42. The Carnival was held at 400 S. St., Charles Town, on June 29, from to 4:30 p.m. A total of 67 persons at- donated various items needed to a success. There were many as balloon pick, water floats, coin walk, fortune telling, basketball elephant table. Admission to the Was five cents and all games were ten Mosley and Mrs. Cramer provided which consisted of cupcakes, and popcorn, all of which sold and ten cents. John, Kelly. and Lyn ex- thanks to all who donated and at- carnival in order to make it a From Unit gauge of your tested for ac- Season before only a few done at the West Virginia University Cooperative Extension Service Office in Jefferson County. The office is located in Charles Town at the corner of George and Congress Streets. Call Judy Matlick, Extension Agent, Home Economics for an appointment, 725-6571. E PRINTING... No. 10 White WovenEnvelopes $ 4 lines of Printing FREE Smith Printing Route 1, Box 95 Kearneysville, W.Va. - 25430 If It is Printed We Print It Flat Printed Envelopes Since 1927 .............. :::::::::::::::,: :i:i ANTIQUE o.dYARD SALE iili i!!i , Saturday, Sunday 15, 16, 10a.m. 7p.m. iii Dates July 21,22- 23 iiii!! i !iii From Leetown :i:i Spring Road 3/4 mile, then ::i::i at Red Barn, go mile to sale.wA,CH FOR S,O,S iiiii ole Will Be Several Hundred ::ii! i!:::: of Depressions, Carnival anc!::i:: Civil War Bank Notes and i::i:: Avon, Tea Pot and Ruby Glass ii}i Brass Lamps, Iron Pots, iili ' Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry i!ii , jugs, material for sewing, ilii :.:. :::: :::: of Items Not Listed fill i , All programs and activities[ Mr. Carl Amos of Arlington, offered by the WVU Cooperative [ Va., spent Saturday night with Extension Service are available [ Mr and Mrs. William Ramsey. to all persons without regard to" I race, color, or national origin.[ T[ E. An[ Bee LineChapter Admitted To WVU Outlines Proper Therapy Training Use Of Our FJag} virginums and four residents of Bee Line Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. continues to call attention to the rules for display of the American Flag. On all national and state holidays, or historic and special occasions, it is flown between sunrise and sunset and must be hoisted briskly and lowered ceremoniously. On Decoration Day, the flag should be lowered to half-mast during the morning in respecrto the dead; but at noon it should again be raised to peak and remain there until sunset as the symbol of a living nation. Due credit was given DAR for their efforts in bringing about Defense Department action forbidding the United Nations flag to be flown above our flag. When flags of more than one nation are displayed, they must be flown from separate staffs of the same height and the flags be of equal size. The flag Should be displayed in the body of a church from a staff at the right of the congregation as they face the clergyffmn, with the Christian flag, state flag or service flag at the left of the congregation. If displayed in the chancel or on the platform, however, the flag should be at the clergyman's right as he faces the congregation with other flags at his left. On a speakers platform, the flag must be displayed flat behind the speaker or flown from a staff at the speaker's right. It must never be used as a cover for desk or pedestal, or be draped over the front of the platform. Our flag should never he dipped as regimental colors. The union shown down only as a signal of distress. Flag must never touch the floor, the ground or water. Never printed on clothing, cushions, han- dkerchiefs, scarves, napkins, table coverings, boxes or other such articles SHENANDOAH. JUNCTION Miss Lillian Myers Dial 725-5168 The friends were sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Wilson Johnson, in King's Daughters Hospital on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Chester and son A junior class of fourteen West three other states has been admitted to the division of physical therapy in the West Virginia University School of Medicine in Morgantown. Included in those admitted is Trudy E Anders, 508 Jefferson Avenue. in Charles Town. The twelve women and six men represent the largest en- tering class since the bac- calaureate degree program in physical therapy was established at WVU in 1970. The previous eight classes had sixteen students. To be considered for ad- mission, a student must have completed 68 hours of lower division college work in core classes, chemistry, psychology, physics and biology Students are chosen on the basis of scholastic standing and personal characteristics desirable in physical therapists. After finishing the two-year course, students must complete a three-month period of clinical internship before receiving their degrees and becoming eligible for licensure " through an examination administered in the state where employment is desired. Powhatan School. Announces Honor Rdl 4th Period Donald E. W. Niemann headmaster of the Powhatan School in Boyce, Va.. released yesterday the names of those students who attained one of the academic honor rolls for the fourth marking period. The following children achieved the First Honor Roll GRADE 4 Jeffrey Buettner, Molly Duning, Janique Esrey, Walter Hornaday, George Kessler Brian Kotz. Courtney Mote. Bill Rodman, Matthew Szechenyi, Julie Wheeler. GRADE 5 Page Athey, Mark Cira Pamela Drake, Edward Lee, Patrick Gans, William Good, CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS Brought To You By and daughter of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.,recently spent the week RAMEY'S with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Snyder. FURNITURE Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lally, of Youngstown, Ohio. and Mrs. Henry Seibert. of Martinsburg, were recent visitors at the home of their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirley. r Nelson Nichols has returned home after having been a patient at Jefferson High Memorial Hospital, where he underwent knee surgery. His friends are glad he is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Breeden spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith. in Smithburg, Md Miss Lillian Myers spent the weekend with Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. William Ramsey recently spent the weekend with his brother and sister-in-law, Sergeant and Mrs. EdWin Ramsey, m Virginia Beach, Va. MILL SALES ROOM 707 STONEWALL DRIVE ' "" FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA 22630 SUMMER CE SALE at the Silk Mill Sales Room 7, 1900st 12, 1978 4 Big Weeks Stock reduced I/2 price & less to make Fall Shipment. NOTE: We will close at 12:00 noon on Saturday, July 15, 19 7 8 : SILK MILL SALES ROOM 707 Stonewall Ikive Front Royal, Virginia 22630 Monday thre Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30p.m. Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. THAT CAN HELP YOU Here are some furniture ideas about pieces that can only add beauty to your home but can also help you by KAMEY being extremely practical. One good example is a narrow flip-top table which may be used (a) against the wa II as a console. (b) as a bar by pulling out stools stored underneath, (c),as a dining table by flapping the flip, (d) as a desk when needed, (e) as a buffet. Another decorative and l idea is to use a pair of two-doored chests side by side. Both may hold and conceal a variety of items. This still leaves room on the chests for appropriate accessories, lamps, books, etc. End, lamp or commode tables containing three or four drawers are par- ticularly useful for storing all kinds of things when space is limited, aside from serving their original purpose. To fill any space, large or small, attractively and usefully, you will find what you want here. Come on in. You may browse to your heart's content, and see all our furniture ideas with no obligation. We'll be looking forward to seeing you. RAMEY'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. Va. Copyright Stuart Lilly, Kelly Mallory, Billy Miller, Jill Moler, Tracy Prosser, Kristi Szechenyi. GRADE 6 Amy Barley, Beth Bauhan, Virginia Dunning, Laura Ellis, Curtis Flynn, Eric Imhof. Christopher Lewis, Nancy Marlow, Virginia Mercuro, Evan kobb, Mary Hunter Sperow, Nancy Truettner. GRADE 7 Claire Devereux, Scot Honeycutt, Christa Kessler, Robin Landes, Philip Myer, Kimherly Reed, Julie Trenary, Morag Trout. GRADE 8 Thomas Bauhan, Roddy Bronson, Joan Devereux, Cappy Flynn, Caroline Friant, Martha Legge, Billy Monaban. Leeanna Mottern, Robing Packard, Regan Richardson, Fiona "Scorgie. In the Upper School, grades 6- 8, there is also a Second Honor Roll, and the following pupils earned this distinction: GRADE 6 Todd Landis, Richard Man- zano. GRADE 7 Alessandra Basso, Todd Buchanan. GRADE 8 Lindsey Athey, Courtenay Cogan, Alicia Lewis, David Weiss. CEMSAP, Not Region 9 Council Assisted In Buying Mont00 In the July 6 issue of the Spirit of Jefferson, a story appeared on page 12, which incorrectly stated that the Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning and Development Council. had helped to provide funds for a portable heart monitor which was purchased for Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning and Development Council, Region 9 was erroneously cited as paying $2500 of the total cost of the defibrillator unit. The incorrect information was included in a story concerning the installation of new officers by the Hospital Auxiliary. The heart monitor actually was secured through the efforts of Stuart Hartle, Emergency Medical Services Coordinator for Region 9. Hartle represents the Northeastern Regional EMS area which includes all of the counties in the planning and development regions 8 and 9. The funding was provided on a 50-50 basis between the hospital auxiliary's memorial fund and the State Office of Emergency Medical Services under the Community Emergency Medical Service Assistance Program (CEMSAP). The Region 9 Council did not supply any money. Eugene Piscitelli Attended Sdence Institute SALEM. W. VA. -- Eugene A. Piseitelli, a teacher at Jefferson High School, is currently at- tending the National Science Foundation Summer Institute on "Energy Systems in Science Education", being held at Salem College, Salem, W. Va. The four-week institute, which concludes on July 14, is being funded by a grant awarded to Salem by the National Science Foundation. The teachers at- CALL  FOR US . YOUR CONCRETE MIX We Handle All Concrete Jobs Professionally CARPORTS * PATIOS DRIVEWAYS SIDEWALKS BASEMENT FLOORS POURING- FINISHING FREE Estimates TURF CONCRETE PRODUCTS Division of lurf Enterprises Ph. 725.7612or 725-9233 - Chades Town, W.Va. tending are receiving intensive college course work, studying energy concepts in the fields of math, physical science and the biological sciences. Salem College faculty members are instructing the classes. Junior and senior high school teachers from West Virginia, Ohio, Maryland and Alabama are participating in the program. The purpose of this intensive course work is to assist teachers in presenting the sciences and mathematics to students in their own schools. Mr. Piscitelli, who teaches the 10th grade at Jefferson, is a graduate of Fairmont State College and earned his MS at West Virginia University. He has also studied at George Washington University and Shepherd College. LEETOWN HOMEMAKERS MEETON JULY 19 The Leetown Extension Homemakers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. K. K Cavalier, at Harpers Ferry, Wednesday, July 19th at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Janet Whitmore will have the lesson on Iceland. If time permits there will be an auction sale. :Thomas O'Neill, House Speaker, on Congress vs executive actions: "I personally think in some instances we have overstepped our rights." DERN MASONRY 30 Years of Quality Work Brick- Block- Stone Also Modular Home Foundations Built To Fit PHONE: 1 - 267- 4755 JULY 13- 4T PD. FREE ESTIMATES i SHERIFF'S SALE Whereas the undersigned Sheriff did levy upon the goods and chattels described below of Harpers Ferry Caverns, Inc., a corporation, for a Writ of Execution entered in Circuit Court of Jefferson County, W. Va., Civil Action Number 78-C- 106, by Smith-Nadenbousch Insurance, Inc., a corporation, and for Distress Warrants from the Office of the Tax Com- missioner of the State of West Virginia, notice is hereby given that the undersigned will sell at auction: for cash, on Friday, July 14, 1978, at 10:00 AM., upon the premises of Harpers Ferry Caverns. Inc. and Jellystone Campground, adjacent to county route 27, known as the Bakerton Road or the Old Furnace Road, just north of U.S. Route 340 at the foot of Alstadt's Hill, the following items of personal property: 1 Ford l-ton, 1975 model, stake-body truck, S-N F37YEV23922, with snow blade; About 200 picnic tables (metal frames, wood tops and seats) ; I Richardson mobile home (old) 8' wide. about 45' tong; 4 Maytag coin-operated washers; 4 Maytag coin-operated dryers; Metal display shelves, 24" deep, 4 shelves high, sections about 5' long, 17 sections to be sold; 2 Howard stainless steel, glass door coolers; 1 Kelvinator ice cream cooler; 1 Ice storage chest; 2 Under-counter freezers; 1 Commercial pop corn machine; 1 Sno-cone machine; 1 Royal typewriter; 1 Latham time clock; 1 Mimeograph machine; 2 Window air conditioners; 4 Steel file cabinets: 4 Desks (various sizes); 2 Cash registers; 1 National adding machine; 2 Chair type hair dryers (Swift Dry-Lite); 5 Card files: 4 Concrete bird baths; I Gas tank (about 200 gal.) with hand pump; 1 Aluminum extension ladder (24') 3 Formica tables (about 3' square); 22 Wooden chairs with padded seats; 1 Metal table: 9 Misc. chairs; Metal book shelves; Misc. display racks and showcaseS; 8 Steel drums - 55 gal.: 3 Plastic trash cans; 1 Taylor ice cream machine. Other misc. items such as sweatshirts, toys, novelty items, oil lamps, this s new merchandise. Howard W. Wilt Sheriff of. Jefferson County July 6-2t I WANTED A BANK... ] That didn't keep bankers' hours! .aW i'l/E I1! I don't keep banker's hours. That's why I wanted a bank that didn't keep banker's hours, either. NOW I'VE GOT IT-the Jefferson Security Bank. Just look at their schedule, and you'll agree that I've got the bank with customer hours-not banker's hours, DRIVE.IN SERVICE AND SATURDAY HOURS MON.-THURS. 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m, FRI. 9:00 a.m.-a:O0 p.m. SAT, 9:00 a,m.-12:00 noon LOBBY HOURS MON.-THURS. 9:00 a.m,-2:00 p.m. FRI. 9:00 a.m,-2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m,--8:00 p.m, 00eHelrson S 3.: