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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1988 I 9 SUMMIT POINT I o Honored Mo serves as sponsor for the Jefferson Guard, receives a gift of flowers + Program at the school. She is surrounded by four members of the Guard who made the presentation. o it+ d Council band council at Jefferson High and includes, from left, Glenn Mickey Mahoney, Faith Russell, Dinah Heishman, Bill Mundey. Dodson and Michael DeMoulin. Director Dave Wilson to ser- ve as a governing body for the band membership. As an example, if a player does not attend band camp, he or she must be excused by council authority. Wilson serves as the executive secretary to the council. The council is elected at band camp for a one-year term. Featured In Boarman House Exhibit art faculty of show is called this is the members , to show their and col- I themselves. who lives in recent Orange, of ochre combine plants, ferns and She is a , as well as being pen- alone with their Dow Benedict, Shepherdstown, is displaying his works in progress, con- tinuing his concentration on shadow boxes made of cast paper. Like Smith, he captures images of people in isola- tion. Benedict's work, however, is stark, cool and, some think, dis- quieting. Texture is important as col- or is monochromatic in his work. Doug Kinnett, Shepherdstown, and Mike Neutzel, of Martinsburg, both work in the area of mixed media and collage. The viewer will see a com- binaUon of surfaces and materials, im- ages from the copy machine, pro- vocatively arranged wthin or next to pen and ink drawings, airbrushes areas and spray painted surfaces. It is always a challenge to attempt to decipher the images, and to try to understand the artist's intent. To ques- tion is an important part of the in- terplay between artist and viewer. Michael Northrup, Shepherdstown, is the photographer in the group. He uses multi-exposures, sometimes up to eighty exposures in a single print, in a method he calls "strobacolor". His+ colors, strangely, have nothing to do  with reality, and he has become na- tionally known, in large-part, for the uniqueness of his images. "Some First Times" runs through Augllst 14 at the Boarman Arts Center, which is located at the intersection of King and Queen streets ALEX CHEVROLET CONTINUES OUR GREAT JULY SALE ON AMERICA'S CHOICE IN TRUCKS! CHEVY S-10 PICKUP AS O0 PER MONTH* STOCK #130 I000 LB. PAYLOAD FLEETSIDE BODY POWER BRAKES * 2.5 EFI ENGINE 5 E * RADIO u EL EQUIPMENT PKG. * MUD GUARDS * BODY SIDE MOULDINGS ING wt'lO00 CASH OR TRADE, s6,395 AT 11.50% A.P.R. FOR 60 MONTHS. TOTAL OF '8,438.40. PRICE INCLUDES REBATES & FREIGHT. PRICE EXCLUDES TAX, TAGS & LEX LOCATED JUST OFF ROUTE 340N CHARLES TOWN, WV LET 7280000- EVRO MON.4RI. 9 AM4 PM SAT.  SUN. 124 Mrs. David Wood Dial 725-9467 Many of our local residents are very upset over the fact that a lot of defenseless animals are being poison-, ed. This past week several more dogs and cats were found dead. Animals have just as much right to live as we do. It is an illegal act to poison these family pets and it is just a matter of time before the person or persons are caught and prosecuted. We pet owners will make sure of that. I hve been asked to use my telephone number for anyone who has information about these poisonings to call. Martha Jane Cline enjoyed visiting with Carol Fisher and her family near Point of Rocks, Md., over the holiday weekend. Ruth Monnington, Front Royal, Va., visited with her sister, Genevieve Fellers, recently. Mrs. C. G. Russell and Mary Jane, Berkeley Springs, W. Va., visited Genevieve last Wednes- day. Rev. Russell was the minister at the Summit Point Methodist church from 1945-47. Mike and Carol Del Colle, Tony, Michelle, Mark and Andrew, returned home Friday from vacationing in Florida. Besides visiting with Carol's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward King, Mt. Holly, Fla., they toured the Epcot Center and had a good time on the beach and in the pools. Erwin and Edna Jenkins, Ranson, visited with Hump and Zennie Johnson last Monday. Joyce Rudolj:)h celebrated her birth- day with family and friends at the An- tram House in Greencastle, Pa., July 1. Those joining the celebration were Ernie, John, Paul and Brenda HOT SUMMER SELLDOWN Rudolph, Mark and Mark Rudolph and Melanie, Monica Goladay, and Jack Pondur. Sunday, her morn, Peggy, and Frank Hardy, stopped by to wish her happy birthday and later the family went to Shepherdstown to watch the fireworks at Morgan's Grove Park, along with Fay Athey. John Rudolph spent last week at the Mason-Dixon Basketball Camp for Boys at Mount St. mary, Emmitsville, Md. At the end of the week he was selected as a member of the All-Star team. Sunday, Mark, Mary, and Melanie, visited with Mary's mother, Joyce Hurd, Ranson, where he brothers, Gerald and Danny Hurd and his family are staying while here on a visit from California. Clifford and Denise Hale and Clark were home for the fourth of July weekend. Pamela Roberts, who just returned from visiting her family in England, is also visiting with Bill and Callie. Tuesday, Callie, Christine, and Pamela drove to Morgantown, to look for a place to stay for Chris and Pamela, who will be attending West Virginia University next semester. While there, Callie's sister, Lizzie McCormick, Pittsburg, Pa., came down with Cliff, Deriise and Clark. They all enjoyed their favorite meal at the Chinese restaurant in town. CHURCH NEWS The Episcopal Church Women of Holy Spirit Episcopal Church met "Tuesday afternoon at the home of Julia Creamer with seven members present. Bette Wood led devotions and Julia Creamer presented the program. After the meeting, delicious refreshments were served and an en- ROT SUMMER SELLDOWN joyable social hour followed. Vickey Myers and Joshua, Shepherdstown, visited her parents, Allen and Edith Glassford Friday. Christy Stagner celebrated her eighth birthday July 4 and in honor of the occasion a pool party was held Monday afternoon at the home of her' grandparents, Betsy and Clayton Stagner. Those helping her celebrate were Julie Blickenstaff and Julie, Sharae Whitmore, Michelle Laskowski, Theresa Shirley and Susan, Brenda and Stephanie Turner and Becky Dick, Middleway; Libby Cameron, Jimmy, Johnathan and friend, Jamie, Lisa and Curtis Shirley and Christy, Bunker Hill; and Scott Stagner. Joining the group later in the afternoon and remaining for a barbecue were Greg Deck and Shelley Whittington, both of Middleway. Scott, who had spent the holiday weekend here, returned to Harrison- burg Tuesday afternoon, accompanied by his mother, Betsy Stagner, hi grandmother, Elizabeth Crim, and Christy, Brenda, and Stephanie, who returned home after dinner that evening. Lisa Hileman attended the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce dinner held at the Bavarian Inn, Shepherd:: stown, June 29, where she received a recognition award for her im- provements to her bed and breakfast. Lisa's little dog, Lucy, was one of the dogs who recently died of poisoning Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Broadwater, Cross, W. Va., near Keyser), and Dusty, Winchester, visited with me on Saturday. 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