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July 27, 1978

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Commission Buy School  . Senior Center Le.i Jefferson County Cam farm, badly damaged in two roe,, U \\;" nable to reach recent storms. Davis and Elkins is a small park they were joined by the'Roanoke, Va., who had been services werebeld Monday, July liberal arts college established farmer's sister, Mrs. Pat McBee i Viands and family of Walnut in 1904 on the wooded estates of and children, April and Jessica the late United States Senators, Henry G. Davis and Stephen B. Elkins. r t with the Town of . i[lITown on a land site for a ,'iel citizens center, has  another direction. .- Wilng an executive "last Thursday with ts  II. Riecks, president of e, l,raittee on Aging, and is F@::e C. Small, executive _.of the organization, the +ion agreed to approach 'ecrson County Board of DWLeon and attempt to ,,di[  a price for the old 5th . p and the board plans to l t.. public auction on 0000:_the county com- ",,ies it can reach a "eeaent with the board [tion that will fit the , "'._ available for a senior center. At sent time, monies - om the Department | g and Urban t)it and from the State Sion on Aging total Noting the need for funds to make necessary payments on the new county health building, being constructed at Bardane, the commissioner ordered a registered letter sent to Sheriff Howard Wilt, directing him to execute immediately the transfer of funds from the jail improvement account to the health building account. The commissioners were told that I Sheriff Wilt was on vacation, and that no one else in the sheriff's office was authorized to make the transfer. Two appointments to the Regional Health Advisory Commissionl..John G. Yar- borough and Mrs. Ruth Leslie...were approved by the commission. And finally, the commission was informed of a regular meeting of the Jefferson County Planning Commission on Tuesday evening. They were told the Concerned Taxpayers Association would be present to discuss the upgrading of State Route 9 and the industrial park road at Bardane. Jefferson Grads To.Attend D& E 11.s September Two recent graduates of Jefferson High School have been accepted for admission to Davis  and Elkins College at Elkins, W. Na., for the fall term beginning in September. They are Martha r Ellen Sen- seney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Senseney of Charles Town and Walter Joseph ,: to represent the ion before the board ranlissioner Garland i[d Administrator David vnmission was also i I that the regional anter, now under con- x Will be enlarged to everything that is I SJ the center, attached Eain facility, pc^ cam earlier agroed to a $125,000 federal grant f"mred the unit would be ds ,:.,*e..:.;.;.:.;.:.;.;.;.,.:.:.;.;.:.;.;.?,,....;.;.;,;.;,,..H.;,H.; , ......... ....... Mrs. Marianna Smallwood Dial 725-5707 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: The Dennis Whittington family have moved from the King Orchard farm dwelling locally known as the Writt home, to Rippon. Dennis has employment in Berryville. On Sunday, July 30, there will be a Church School Teachers meeting at 7 p.m. A change is noted in the time set for the CentraJ Charge Vacation Bible School. It will begin each evening at 6:30, not at 7 p.m. It was felt more time was needed for instruction. Classes will he provided for  children between the ages of 4 through senior high. Dates- July 31 -August 3. August 6 is the date reserved for the annual Sunday School picnic at 10 a.m. Plan to attend. August 13 at 7 p.m. is the date for the next Official Ad- ministrative Board meeting of Kabletown U.M. Church. A decision is to be" made con- cerning interior repairs of the sanctuary. All officers are urged to attend and any interested )ersons are invited to be )resent. Mrs. Lewis Rissler reports her anther, Mrs. Jessie Wilson, Ambrose Towers, Martinsburg, is a patient in the King's Daughters Hospital. We join in wishing for her a complete recovery soon. James G. Sardone of Urbana, Va., near Williamsburg, has been on an extended visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sardone, Cherrywond. Mrs. Helen Chamblin, her children Sandra, Terry, Scott and Cynthia, her son-in-law and of Baltimore. Chubby Seal, an employee of' Loudoun Transfer Co., Pur - cellville, Va., has been on his vacation. On Monday, he, Sylvia and their sons Mark and Jeff, Cindy, Smallwood and Debbi Beahm, of Winchester, Gary and Cathy Braithwaite, of Berryville, spent an enjoyable day at King's Dominion. Richard Rowland, an era: ployee of Ritter Construction Co., Berryville, has returned to work after a vacation. Mrs. Irvin Thompson, Ranson, spent Monday with her sister-in- law, Helen Thompson. The day was spent primarily with freezing and canning vegetables. The [atter's brother, Newton, is one of the local successful gardners who usually harvests bumper crops. Mrs. Janet Ware, who was accompanied by her daughter Becky Barman and her twin sons, returned to the farmer's home, Woodbyrne Farm, after visiting several days with relatives in Clifton Forge, Va. Mr. and Mrs. George Harris of guests of Mrs. Lorraine Morris of Purcellville, Va., where they all attended a recent reunion, were luncheon guests along with their hostess, Mrs. Morris on Monday, of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton. The two men were boyhood friends when e Harris family resided on what then was known as the Henry Paige farm. We were sorry to learn that Mr. Harris became ill on his visit and returned to Roanoke where the family doctor diagnosed his illness as a slight stroke. Mrs. Morris accompanied the Harris' home in order to assist with the driving and returned by plane. Relatives and friends were notified of the death of Mrs. Harriet Ware Ashmore .on Friday, July 20, at the home of her daughter, Betty Ashmore Flickinger, Silver Springs. Mrs. Ashmore who was born June 18, 1892, is survived by her daughter and a sister, Miss Margaret Ware, Charles Town and a number of nieces and nephews Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Ware, a sister, Mrs. Julia Jones, three brothers, John, Howard and Warren, i preceded her in death. Funeral i 24 at t0 a.m. wRh interment made in Arlington Cemetery. The Humphrey Funeral Home, Silver Springs, Md., is in charge. A memorial service by the Eastern Star of Silver Springs was held Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wymer of Walnut Grove, accompanied by their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wymer, their sons, Gary, Donald, Douglas and Kenneth, of Apple Valley, Minnesota, were recent visitors of the farmer's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kraymer Wilt and Fred of Avon Bend. Sally Brown of Rippon, spent several days this past week with her cousin, Elizabeth Hill and family. Dr. and Mrs. Allen Jacobs of Presque Isle, Maine, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saylor and Preston for a week. The Gaynor family including Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor, Grove; Wayne and Elizabeth Hill and daughters, Aundrea and Jennifer, locally, spent Sunday at King's Dominion.-. Gerryl Getts of Stevenson, Va., spent the past week visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and Donna. Eddie and Donna Hough, their three children, Stacey, Dawn and Chad, spent the weekend in New Orleans, Md., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sipes. As Eddie says, "we tried to beat the heat by staying in the pool." Mrs Marie Clipp wishes to thank the members of the ! Charles Town High School Class i OF 1959 who recently held their 20th annual reunion. She was the recipient of a lovely flower arrangement in memory OF her son David, who was a member OF that class. Youth Conservation their son and daughter-in-law, tC011  ISJ0[S [y Dale and JoAnne Gaynor, all OF / ed gust 7 Middleway; Daniel and Dabble uJe Au Gaynor, their son, J. D., of near [ The 1978 Harpers Ferry Youth Bakerton; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Conservation Corps has issued an invitation to attend the an- nual YCC Visitors Day, to be held Monday, August 7. A special program has been planned for those who accept the invitation. The program, divided into three parts, will consist of: 1. 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon. Visit the YCC worksites. 2. 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Picnic lunch with enrollees. 3.1:30p.m. to 3 p.m. Enrollees will present a play and display environmental projects. Those planning to attend may go to one or all OF the sessions, but should let the YCC office know of their intention to attend no later than Friday, August 4. Session one will begin at the lower town visitor parking lot at 10 a.m. Participants should have walking shoes and casual wear. For session two, at 12 noon, meet a t the same lot with a packed lunch. Dessert and drink will be furnished. And, for session three, simply meet at the visitors' lot at 1:45. Many enthusiastic spring gardeners are about to lose some of their enthusiasm. new in every way with more of the things that make a store an exciting place to shop. All the departments hove been greatly enlarged and dressed up with special attention lavished on our elegant Accessories area, our larger Cosmetics Department, our tastefully decorated China and Silver Deportments complete with Bridal Registry Service. We've added things, too, like a swingin' new Young Men's Shop, a complete new Domestics Depor- tment overflowing with everything you'll need for bedroom and bath, a new Drapery Department, a whole new world of Junior Fashions and even a smart new Uniform Shop. Words can't describe it, so hurry in and see for yourself. It's worth a trip from anywhere. 5:20. Drawings for 12 small "Buddy Bears" 2:45 - 3:15-3:30.4:30-5:00 Stop in ! You may be one of the lucky ones at 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. See Delightful Puppet Shows chosen to receive o FREE make-up Drawing for big "Buddy Bear" at S: 15. 7 Shows application by Eyerly's Resident Beauty Expert Ms. Gladys Fitz Harrold. Cosmetic Always a favorite with the children (and Department from 11:00 a.m. to i:00 p.m. to become aware of the total health care needs of and the impact of various proposals on your While the economic impact of the Health Care System buried in your tax bill or just left out at your paycheck, it is less real. YOur Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plan, we would like to hear Pinion on the cost of health care. Another constructive way to r opinions heard is to join and become active in the local Health PlanningAgency. ublic service of your Blue Cross and BluoShield Plan, we of- Page book that can tell you more about participation In ng. Write to: Pdbook for Consumer Participation in Health Care Planning West Virginia Hospital Service, Inc. West Virginia Medical Service, Inc. 20th and lhapline Streets Wheeling, West Virginia 26003 Plane enc/ose $ I to cover prhlthl|, postage and handling This is a public service message from your Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health Care Plans grown-ups, too) See them in the Children's Department. Show times: 10:15-11:1S - ! :00-2:20 - 4:00-7:00-8:00 FREE Cosmetic Makeover Stop in ! You may be one of the lucky ones chosen to receive o FREE make-up application by Eyerly's Resident Beauty Expert, Ms. Gladys Fitz Harrold. Cosmetic Department tram 11:00 a.m. til I;00 p.m. and again from 2:00 p.m. til 4"00 p.m. Hear the Adams Brothers Blue Grass Band l Hear all your blue grass favorites done in the unique Adams Brother's style. 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and again from 7.0@ p.m. to 9"00 p.m. and again from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Meet Paul Zwior, Golf Pro from Opequon Country Club Mr. Zwior will give a brief talk on the game of golf, demonstrate some of the basic fun- damentals of the swing and answer any questions you may have concerning your game. Receive a FREE PGA Roster Packet. 3:00 p.m. to S:00 p.m. and again from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Hear the Harmony Legencls Barbershop Quartet Hear all your old favorites and some,new ones, too, as the Harmony Legends stroll through the store harmonizing as you've never heard them before. 7:30-8:00.8:10- 1:4,5. FREE Cosmetic Make-Over Stop in ! You may be one of the lucky ones to receive a FREE make,up application from Eyerly's Resident Beauty Expert, Ms. Giadys Fitz Harrold. Cosmetic department from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and again from 2:00 p.m. to 4"00 p.m. Mqt WRNR's PopularDisc Jockey's Rick Mattioni and Ed Alexander Join the fun when Rick andEd broadcast live from Eyerly's beautiful, new store. Be there ,when they make the drawings for the Moped and the large "Buddy Bear". Lots of fun as they interview local people (maybe you) and store personal. Win an Exciting Trip for Two to HAWAII Visit Honolulu, VVaikiki - Kono and Hilo. First class accomodations include everything but men,Is. Register all this week and next. Registration slips at all cash registers. Drawing will be held Saturday, August Sth and the winner will be notified. Register for the Drawing for a Moped Register in any department all this week. Drawing will be made July 29th by one of the WRNR Disc Jockeys. Winner will be notified. . I00ueCross00& BkJe Shield+ Register for the Drawings for 1S Stuffed "Buddy Bears" Register in the Infants' or Children's Departments. You may win 3 of the 12 smaller be0rs or the large 3-ft. high bear. Drowinlls Will be held at varh)us times throughout the week and winners will be notified. an old friend, a new address. Berkeley Plaza, Martinsburg o t ..... ii i i ............. I i llll iic_ll O..All I STORE HOURS: CLOSIEO SURLY AFTllt JULY $0 I I I I II Ill I Ill IIII I Ill I I IIIII . I lil I I i I I I IJ I Jl I[ Ill 11 I  , ............. illlll I .' Prevent unnecessary duplication of health 10ures. restrain increases in the cost of providing services ere is an organization !n the state called the Health tm Agency. This orgamzation of which you can be a , has the responsibility: improve the health of the residents of the area. I  .+ * * re.crease the accessnbdnty, acceptabnlnty, [! [! nnuity and quality of services. raCtions lastThursday, daughter, Charles and Irene iSsion voted to set up a Jenkins and Libby of qial fund for unem- Ranalli, son of Mr. and lrs. Franklintown; Mr. and Mrs. .  Security payments as . I Th B k I y.PI Pnnnl R Rnnalli nf g*,nr George Sowers and family, ....  ................... " e ed II !.against periods of high rwvill njoy a picnic Sunday, July 16, Oynent claxms, --*- ...... ' +,,, ,, " " Miss Senseney, who plans to at Byrd's Parknear Rtppon. n e er e e ozo me first Tes r a ar r sc n Mrs tarrol beanock has been  .' u day of pusue cee in 'ece or .. . . April I w a or admitted rata the Winchester I' , Juy and Oc- music, as ch eograpber for . . rt b o regular ears m h h Memorml Hospital for surgery l terms for the ..... . Route 11 North, +Jt to handle fiduciary Miss Jefferson High in 1978; a j'est wisnes mr a comptete a..nns_ur00 = L '. aWa the county's member of the Old Opera House, recovery. . "K ut motor vehicles+to track team for three yeai:s, chitdren, Sheri, Michael and nbousch, Inc., on its Ranalli plans to pursue a Brandi, Mrs. DenmsWhittington  4,400; and ordered career in pre-law at D. and E. an. cnuaren, Shannon and e ac I Brmn, spent a wonderful time at  uired and work While in high schoo he was repair of h Enchanted Forest near  the county- awarded the high sc nol citizen . . . ra on th Baltimore Prior to entering the l[dllf Ira on the old coun[y of the month award. NTERESTIN'., , I'   l E CITING PERSONALITIES AND GIFTS nn ATTRACTIONS ALL PART OF EYERLY'S GR-AND OPENING +  _.._.._too often that is as close to the health care system com+. Thos+ may +vo, ++ tho ,ore+ Bring the Kldl in to Meet Bring the Kids in to Meet 'ewhocr 'oudest obout the cost of heolth core. :::;;H::; l:h:y:'n _. . s,',l be in the ,nfants and ,:hildrens D=;Tmoel: i WhilhhF:EEoulOlhT:: nafsur- Departments with. FREE lollipops and sur- n g y g. errom i " pr ses TO delight the young See her from 10:10 -10:30 - 11:00-11:20.1:00-1:20.2:00- " 2:20.3:00-3:20 - 4:00.4:20 - 5:00-5:20. FREE Cosmetic Make-Over She'll be in the Infants' and Children's 10:!0-10:20.11:00-11:20- 1:00-1:20- 2:00 2:20.3:00-3:20 - 4:00-4:20 and from 5:00-