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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978 Member FDIC Summer Enrichment Program Has Field Trip, July 4th Program At Day Care Center The Summer Enrichment Program in progress" at the Shepherdstown Day Care Center has arrived at the half-way mark completing the fourth week of activities. The program has developed into an exciting experience for children and staff alike covering a wide range of special activities. The special activities were initiated with "Movie Day". The children popped and bagged popcorn and congregated in the bike room to munch popcorn and view films. Monday, July 19, dawned hot and dry without a leaf moving except at South Wood Springs Farm owned and operated by Forrest and Mildred Hammond, the destination of the center's field trip, Upon arrival, snack was served on the lawn ac- companied by a welcome breeze. The children were divided into two groups. One group led by Mrs. Hammond, advanced to the pond which aceomodated a paddle beat just waiting to be navigated. Fish and tadpoles swam about in l abundance as the children glided around the pond in the craft. The other group joined Mr. Ham- mond to meet the farm animals. The burros, Molly and Jack, were introduced to the youngsters along with a senior citizen horse. The Hammond's goat bleated loudly but allowed the children to pet it. Susie, the big black cow, was on hand mooing nicely and would have licked anyone who was willing with her gigantic pink tongue. The nameless lamb cooperated and made appropriate sounds letting everyone touch her wooly coat. To everyone's delight, the children were invited to climb on i the hay wagon and ride around the hayfield. Back from the ride, the groups were switched so all the sights and sounds could be enjoyed by each group. The children were permitted to climb up on the big tractor and let their imaginations run their course. It was a field trip en- joyed and appreciated by all and to make a good thing better, quantities of tadpoles were sent back to the center with the children. Two of the center's children, Shannon Harrisand Becky Gibbons were ! reparing to move to Brazil. Shepherdstown resident, Clara Bjorlie, a native Brazilian, graciously consented to visit the center and show slides and articles of interest from her native land. The center children had an opportunity to see what the girl's new home would be like. The monthly library visits for each room were enjoyed as usual by the children. Mrs. Linda Miller, children's librarian, directed the activity. A group of the older children ' returned at a later date to check our independent reading material. The weekly music sessions were centered around an American theme with recognition and etiquette con- cerning the national chairman, The Star Spangled Banner, and American songs and singing games, Preparation for the centers 4th of July celebration preceded a big parade, The children made hats, a banner, No. 1 ribbons, rockets and shakers to use in the celebration. Monday, July 3rd arrived, along with the rain, making it necessary to reschedule the activity for Wednesday, July 5th. The rescheduled day was perfect. A few spectators were present to viewthe excited, enthusiastic Shepherdstown Day Care Center m'm"--mm mmm mmmmmmn Band." The drum cadence sounded and the band progressed over the parade route, marching around the circle and up to the playground. The shelter was decorated with red, white, and blue streamers. Center parent and board member, John Adams, was on hand to present each child with a No. 1 ribbon for participating in the event. "I Am An American" was sung by the band followed by a watermelon feast. America's birthday was honored and enjoyed. The Rainbow Room treated the center enrollment and staff to a peanu[ butter hall snack which they had prepare. The next morning the Sunshine Room hiked into Shepherdstown to purchase the ingredients for their cooking project. Friday morning, July 7th, the center children gathered in the bike room to become acquainted with Camille Saint-Sens and meet some of the animals they would hear in his musical classic, "The Carnival of the Animals." The young listeners' hands were used as the various animals' feet and ears to discover the tempo of the selections. Animal songs were learned and again young children delighted in the amusing music. The Shepherdstown Day Care Center is a recipient of the United Givers Fund. im ......... - ...... ..... 7" .......... KABLETOWN Mrs, Marianna Smallwood Dial 725-5707 : Hugh N. Hoover has returned to his home, North Rocks, after visiting relatives and friends in the area of eastern shore Maryland for several days. Hughes recently Mrs, Oral ] accompant ed ] rs William Ktne near Wickliffe, along with a group of 41 tourists to Nova Scotia by bus. This was a most enjoyable tour about which the former related the highlights to a group of friends. She brought hack brodmres, cards and maps m mm to illustrate her narration. Vacation Bible School begins Monday, July 31, continuing through Thursday of each week for two weeks closing Thursday night, August 10. This is a charge wide program open to all children. Each session begins at 7 p.m. ending at 8:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and Donna attended the Getts Reunion which was held Sunday in the park at Clearbrook, Va. Gary and Becky Barman and their twin sons, Jay and Chris, of Youngstown, Ohio, came Sun- day, July 12 to spend their vacation with her parentS, Mr. and Mrs. Burwell S. Ware and her grandmother, Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, Woodbyrne Farm. The latter's son, J. E.. Ware, and his three children, Jody, Judy and James, of Quaker Town, Pa., also spent several days at Woodbyrne Farm. The Little family along with Mrs. Teresa Amsler and Mrs. Emily O'Donald, all of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mr. Dan Patterson of Beaumont, Texas, have been recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, Avon Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dyer, Sr., and son, Tony, of Hagerstown, Md., were visitors Monday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saylor and Preston, Avonwood Farm. Dennis Saylor, Arlington, Va., spent the past weekend with his parents. Mrs. E. L. Dodson, of Hillsboro, Va.; Mrs. Mabel Costello, Harpers Ferry, and Mrs. Sheila Stocks, of Inwood, were visitors Wednesday of Mr. Cletus Dodson. Mrs, Sylvia Seal, her sons Jeff and Mark and Lori Hoover, spent Wednesday with the former's step-father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kearus and Dawn, of Berryville. Margaret Sowers of near Berryville, is visiting her aunt, Mrs, Helen Chamblin and family. Messers George W, Howell and brother, Be/ljamln F. Howell, of near Williamsport, Md., visited Thursday their ancestral grave yard which is located on the Mount Gillian Farm locally known as the Burns Farm in the Rocks Ferry area. They are the sons of the late Lee Howell and while here, placed a marker on the grave of an aunt, Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Goens, daughter of the late Chas and Victoria Roper Goens. The annual Sunday School picnic will be held Sunday, Aug. 6 at 1 p.m. Table service will be at hand. Pack your basket and join others for an enjoyable dinner and an afternoon of fellowship• Mrs. Baker Penwell was hostess Wednesday night to the Kabletown Ladies Aid Society when 12 members and 'three visitors were present. Following the opening of the meeting, Mrs. Raymond Bayer gave the devotions. These included two selections from the Upper Room, Ps. 9:1-12 and closing with a prayer. During the evening several hymns were sung with the Rev. JoAnne Alexander leading the group. Barbara Harshman led the lesson, "Crucifiction and Resurrection", which was a most interesting one as group participation highlighted the session. We were happy to have Mrs. Thomas Penwell and Mrs. Mary Zombro at the meeting, as beth were recent patients in the local hospital. Several items on the agenda were discussed and finalized. In August, members go dutch treat on Wednesday the 9th, to Cliff- side Restaurant, meeting at 6 p.m. at the home of Miss Margaret Ware. In September, ! Marianna Smallwood will have the lesson. Mrs. Penwell assisted by her daughters served refreshments of ham sand- withes, filled nut roll, chips, cake, nuts, candies and beverages. A picnic planned to be held July 2 in the park at Clearbrook Va., had to have a change in place due to bad weather. The attendants divided into two groups. Those meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Roussowere Mr. and Mrs. Phil Oden and children, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rouss and son, Mr. and Mrs. William Hough and girls. Those who met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Alvarez and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Chubby Seal and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seal, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Smith and son, Mrs. Pat Hoover and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and Donna, Tony Levi, Mr. and Mrs. Bill White and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Noyes and children of Westfield, N.Y. On Monday, July 3rd, Mike and Dianne Alvarez attended a retirement dinner for her em- ployer, Miss Kathryn Trussell at the Village House, Shenandoah Junction. Andy Ceravalo, Rippon, spent the day recently with Ryan Alvarez. Mrs. Eloise Rissler, her great- niece and great-nephew, Lisa and Travis Heathery of Mesa, Arizona; Mrs. Elizabeth Rissler, Deanne Alvarez, her sons, Ryan and Chad, recently visited Enchanted . Forest near Baltimore. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rissler were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler. Later they all visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilt, Rippon. On Saturday, Mike and Dianne Alvarez and their boys, Ryan and Chad, visited with Mike's brother, Manuel and family of Middleway. Vicky Pipes has part-time summer employment at the Huyett Market on Rt. 340. Mrs. Clarence Smallwood was a dinner guest Sunday of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens and Donald, Summit Point. Their son, Grady Owens and his daughter, Tracy, were also visitors• The latter will remain several days with her grand- !parents. Mrs. Marie Clipp wishes to express her deep appreciation of the flowers brought to her in memory of her son David, by the members of the Class of 1958 of Charles Town High School. Special Features Of Summer ProgramWell Attended At Library The Specia! features of the summer reading program for children at the Old Charles Town Library have been well at- tended. Over 80 children and a few parents enjoyed the movie "The Red Balloon" last Thur- sday. Circulation of children's books has been excellent with a total of 1,' July 14th, 967. It many children will. reading c This the date for tl, party for children. ,' he a movie cartoon, ments and awarding tificates. Children are to hand in their before this date, if These book notes tracted from The Times Book Needle, by the fiction list at numl' author, little known Welsh-born farmer whose previous appeared in Britain. This is a thriller about a England, who can whole Normany gets the information time. Anyone having is urged to library. To replace are kept by budget and limits new books which been bought. prevents other want to read the students are especially look for and books, since next school starts they borrow books for which they will not beJ unless books have bee and fines paid. If fine' paid now, put the book drop on the library. Weekend savings. Save On blankets. Sale 22.40 Twin Reg. $26. Automatic electric blanket with 9 settings. Fluffy, soft- napped acrylic/poly- ester; snap-fit corners. Full, single control; reg. $32, Sale 25.60 Full, dual control; reg $39, Sale 31.20 Queen, dual control; reg $48, Sale 36.40 King, dual control; reg. $66, Sale 52.80 KING and QUEEN SIZE SPECIAL ORDER Save on all our sheets. Sale 1.99 Twin Reg. 3.49. Flowered vines on white cotton/poly muslin sheets. Full; reg. 4.49, Sale 3.36 Queen; reg. 7.99, Sale 6.29 King; reg. 9.99, Sale 8.29 , < ' Pillowcases, pkg. of 2. " :# Standard; '.:" ..i */ : reg. 3.49, Sale 2.38 , i  "x Queen;reg 3.99, Sale3.29 /' =' k , ; King: reg. 4.49, Sale 3.69 /( , :* are the same price. ,//,t* • " * . , - KING SIZE SPECIAL Sale :3.60,,, ::lard 9 Reg. 4.50. Firm pill()w Of ,Fwin Dacron@ Red Label Reg. 7.99. Protective . ! !i/-'->. i. I polyester. Lint-free fitted mattress pad of soft polyester/cotton , . • . - • cotton ticking. / ' filled with polyester. Queen; /. , reg. 5.50, Sale 4.40 / • Full; reg. 10.99, Sale 8.79 Queen; . " . ' .. reg. 13.99, Sale 11.19 " ..... King; .. reg. 16.99, Sale 13.59 . ', :i Special Beach towels. Orig. 3.44 & 4.44 NOW 2 66 Splashy summer buy! Jacquard towels with fun multi-designs woven into the cotton. Hemmed 27 x 54" big. Jewel tones. 30% OFF Men's Dress Shirts Reg. 10.00 SALE 6 99 High Cotton means more comfort. 60%. cotton 40%, Polyester combines the best of the old and the new: Cotton for Absorben- cy, polyester for strength. Short Sleeve. Sies ]42 to 17. White, Ton, Lt. Blue. Not all s/zes Available in Each Colw. % OFf SELECTED GROUP MISSES SUMMER St ORIG. 9.00 ORIG. NOW 5.99 N( POLYESTER SLACKS SUMMER PASTELS. IN AVERAGE AND PULL ON STYLES SIMILAR TO ILLUSTR MON, & FRI. 9.9 TUES, WED, THURS, & SAT, 9.5 e1978 JCPenney Co., Inc. 00JCPenney 725- CA' 725- 114