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18 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1978 Winchester Woman Named As Moderator Presbytery; Three New Ministers Are Received Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford Engle, a ruling elder in the First Presbyterian Church, Win- chester, Va., was elected Moderator of the Shenandoah Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in the United States and presided over the meeting of 250 persons held Tuesday, July 18, at Sunnyside Presbyterian Home, Harrisonburg, Va. Dr. M. Bland Dudley, pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian Church, Waynesboro, was elected Moderator-in- Nomination. Three new ministers and one candidate were examined and received, and commissions were appointed to install them as pastors of churches in the Presbytery. The candidate, David Charles Partington, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, preached the sermon of the day and will he ordained and in- staled as pastor of the Gerrardstown and Bunker Hill churches in West Virginia on Sunday, Aug. 6. The Ray. Russell B. Fleming, Fayetteville, N. C., will be in- stalled as pastor of Mt. Carmel -. Presbyterian Church, Steele's Tavern, Virginia, on Sunday, September 10. The Ray. William A. Cole, Jr. St. Pauls, N.C.., will be installed as pastor of the Collierstown Presbyterian Church Lexington, Va., on July 23. The Ray. Thomas J. Holden Ill, Carolina Beach, N. C., will be installed as pastor of the Berryville and Stone's Chapel Presbyterian churches Berryville, Va., on Sunday, Aug. 27. The Rev. James Guthrie, former pastor of the Oxford Presbyterian Church, Lexington, Va., was installed as pastor of the Burnt Presbyterian Church, Winchester, Va., on Sunday, July 23. The 1Ray. James Colquhoun, ' pastor of the Opequon Memorial Presbyterian Church, Win- chester, is moving to Richmond, Va., to begin work in the area of Clinical Pastoral Education. Am0ng other: things, the Presbytery granted $I5;t to the Sunnyside Presbyterian Church of Winchester, Va., to assist them with the purchase and development of additional property, Also, it was announced that the new manse at Circleville and Seneca Rocks churches, are nearing completion and then an "Open House" and dedication is planned for October. Skits, tapes, and slides ac- companied the annual report of the division of Communication Stewardship and Resources. Portions of materials presented will he available for use this Fall in local congregations. The Shenandoah Presbytery will hold its next meeting in the Presbyterian Church in Charles Town, Tuesday,\\;October 17. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: The Silver Grove U.M. ChurCh School picnic will be held Sun- day, August 6, starting at I p.m. at Jefferson Memorial Park. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and Roxanne and Ricky, Mr. Harold Staubs, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart, Mrs. Jean Whitehair and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenney, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and Christine and Kelly, and Mr. Harvey Longerbeam ac- companied by Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Staubs and family of H.agerstown, Md., motored to Gettysburg, Pa., on Saturday and enjoyed a hymn sing with a picnic outing on the church lawn along with many gospel singing groups. It was the church where Charlie and the Greenwood Gospel Singers attend. A won- derful day of fellowship was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter. Mrs. Lucille Waters and son Mrs. Thelma Cogle, and Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughter, were visitors Tuesday with Mrs. Doris Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mr. Gary Harriss of Dargan, Md., was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughter were visitors Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mrs. Thelma Cogle and Mrs. Lucille Waters were visitors Tuesday with Mrs. Leona Staubs. Mrs. Frances Redgers, Mr. & Mrs. Roy Smoot and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Redgers and Seattle, Jessie Ballenger, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Roland, and Jeff Roland motored to Capon Park on Sunday and enjoyed the day. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Smith and children of Martinsburg, were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. ! Mrs. Darlene Everhart and Tracy and Roxanne and Cindy! Everhart were visitors Saturday ! with Mrs. Paula Smith and children of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus and daughter of Frederick, Md., were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. Mrs. Frances Rodgers, Mrs. Brenda Jackson and Dana and Miss Dessie Jackson were visitors Tuesday with Mrs. Norton Rodgers and Brant of Parkview Trailer Court. Mrs. Sandra Smith and children were visitors Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters and Mrs. Frances Rodgers were visitors Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Redgers and Jessie Ballenger of Bolivar were visitors Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Ray. and Mrs. Little, and Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove and Mrs. Vanessa Everhart were visitors Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper. Mr. Larry Buzzard, Mr. Roger Cole, Mr. Jerry Everhart and Louis Staubs motored to Charlotte, Va., on Friday to attend the ball tournament. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove and sons, Mrs. Dorothy Grove and sons, Mrs. Sharon Ott and daughters were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and children of Shepherdstown and Mrs. Jean Whitehair and son were dinner guests on Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of Chestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove of Virginia Mrs. Eva Longerbeam of Chestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and son and MI's. Sandra Higgs and children were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Haugh of Waynesboro, Pa., were visitors Friday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehalr and son. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Higgs and children, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mrs. Audrey Grove and son were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove, Mrs. Patsy Everhart and Jeri Lynn, Mrs. Eva Longerbeam and C01een attended the 50th wed- ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Staubs on Friday evening in Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were visitors Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. / ] 117 W.WashingtonSt. IN ROSE.N'S ,Woman's , To Meet Aug. 3 At Mountain Center Shannondale Woman's Club will hold its August 3rd meeting at the Mountain Community Center and members are asked Men's Short Sleeve Shirts ....... ... OFF Reg. to 7.00 Men's Straw Hats ...... $3.99 Group Were to 13.50 Wrangler Jeans.. 8.99 12.99 Maroon Jack Purcell "P-F" ..... 7.99 All Remaining Men's Tank Tops ....... 3.00 All Remaining Men's Swim Trunks ..... 4.00 1.99 White Tennis Visor ......... ,... 99' 1.79 Throw Rugs ................. 1.00 25.00 Room Size Rugs ............. 15.00 I II 1.00 OFF OUR REGULAR DISCOUNT PRICE ON to bring their lunch, a craft or project they may wish work on or share, or just come, relax and join with those who wish to play cards and games. President Ruth Simmons and her new board are busy, planning 'Tou have no insurance?" A $20,000 life insurance policy will pay over $100 per month for 20 years to the surviving wife and children. We invite husbands and fathers to apply for family-income life in- surance, with the Moore In- surance and Realty Company - Washington, Alexander and Cooke Agency. Moore Insurance  Realty Company Washington, Alexander And Cooke Since 1870 Charles Town. W. Va. 1i0 North George St.- 725-5115 ANY BLANKET BOUGHT OR PUT ON LAYAWAY II I [ |1 I I I I Shenandoah Valley Steam And Gas Engine Association Show Scheduled For This Week-end The 18th annual Steam Show, produced by the Shenandoah Valley Steam and Gas Engine Association, Inc., is scheduled for Friday through Sunday, July 28, 29, and 30, at the Clarke County Ruritan Grounds just ! west of Berryville. Billed as the "Pageant of Steam", it will feature exhibits of steam engines, saw mills, threshers steam calliopes, a shingle mill, oil pulls, balers, all full size operating equipment, plus a large collection of steam and gas models. Also, there will be more than 100 flea markets, and a hors pulling contest. Exhibitors of a working team of oxen will take place in mid-afternoon on Saturday and Sunday. Food concessions will be oprated by the Clarke County Ruritan Club, including bar- becued chicken dinners, hot and cold sandwiches and drinks. Picnic tables are available throughout the grounds for visitor use. Last year's 3-day show brought more than 12,000 visitors, according to an Association spokesman, and an even larger crowd is expected for this year. Mrs. Alice Godlove, Win- chester, secretary of the non- profit organization, stated that membership in the Association averages about 300 annually, from Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. The current president is Calvin Ritter and the treasurer is Wayne Godlove, both of Win- chester, and the West Virginia director is Ray Godlove, of Wardensville. Mrs. Godlove reported that the original show had only two pieces of steam equipment, but this year will bring at least 15 to be exhibited. The largest and most rapid growth has been in the flea market portion of the show, of which she is chairman. She said that the procurement of the proper grade of clean- burning coal for the engines and handling the free parlng of visitors' vehicles are demanding logistical tasks for the volunteer workers. Admission charges at the gate will be $1.50 per adult, and children under 15 will be ad- mitted free of charge. projects and special events for q [ V d the 1978-79 season, unteer To Other officers installed in June I  a . s were: President-elect, Irene [l AmBUlance Odor; 2nd Vice President,  , Bertye Riecks; Recording ce This Month Secretary, Marion Owens; I Corresponding Secretary, Jessie I Nowell and Treasurer, Agnes Thomas. Committee members providing leadership are: Dorothy Henkle, community projects; Lorraine Ricketts, Members of the Jefferson County Volunteer Firemen's Association, will discuss the topic "ambulance service", at their next meeting, according to Merle Fridiey, chairman. The three companies in the legislation; Helen Bertuccio, county that provide ambulance finance; Goldie Viana, mem- service have answered a total of bership and Naomi Moses, 900calls for the first half of this publicity. The Shannondale Woman's year and some have not really Club is open to all in the Shah- been needed. So the firemen are asking the public to think before nondale area and those in- making a call for this service terested in joining are urged to and do not make it unless an call Goldie Viana, 725-5846. ambulance is really necessary. Shepherdstown Often duplicate calls are received and sometimes people Kiwanis Gets Charter have been known to use the anbulance service almost like a Newly Organized ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S&WOMEN'S SANDALS REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE 2.99 Beach sandals .......... ...... 1.77 Reg. to 7.99 Cldldrens sandals ....... 3.99 Group of Ladies Shoes&Sandals ....... 5.00 Group of Men's Shoes .............. 5.00 Girls Play Wear Reg. 1.99 ........... 1.00 Rug. 2.99 ........... 1.99 Rug. 4.99.. ......... 2.99 Ladies Dresses ................ 30% OFF Reg. 59' Undies 1 O0 ............... 3 for . Lad'ms Swim Suits ............... V2 Price Group Ladies Blouses&Shells ....... V2 Price All Remmining Ladies Sportswear .... V2 Price 2.99 Sponcer's Terry Sets ........... ! .99 Girls Summer Sportswear. ........ Price Boys Swim Trunks ........... '1.99 to 3.00 Reg. 1.00 Household Items, ..... 2 for 1.00 Reg. 8.99 Tennis Shoes ............. 2.00 1 Robert D. Ott, Lt. Governor of the Fifth Division of Kiwanis International, West Virginia District, recently presented a president's gavel to Lynn Carpenter, president of the newly founded club. Present for the presentation were Doug Perks, a member of the club's i board of directors; Robert E. Ott, 1st. vice-president of the club; Bill Piercy, a member of the Board of Directors; Mike Josephs, Secretary; Carl Groves and Dr. Alton Stewart, and Sam Billmyer, members of the board; and Joe Reed, club treasurer. The club organized with 25 charter members and they meet each Monday night in the Shepherd College cafeteria at 5:30 p.m. Young will head first U.S. shuttle flight in space. -  I Ill I when nothing else is good enough. [] Perfect Granite Superb Craftsmanship [] Custom Design Service ,J Written Guarantee Without Time Limit That's what makes us the most trtt|#ed name m memorials Martinsburg Granite Works 1.09 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Martinsburg, W.Vo. ---FREE--- CUSTOMER PARKING Charles Town Woman's Club To Hold Fashion Show & Luncheon At Bavarian Inn September 27 The Woman's Club of Charles Town will hold a fashion show and luncheon at the Bavarian Inn in Shepherdstown on Sep- tember 27, at 12:30 p.m. The Innkeepers, Erwin and Carol Asam, have planned an exciting gourmet luncheon at the Inn. Plans were formulated at an executive board meeting on Monday. This will be one of their big community improvement projects planned as a benefit to assist the firemen of Jefferson County financially in their C.P.R. training classes. Con- siderable money is needed to purchase equipment and films in this training program. The firemen have set a goal of. one person out of every five in Jefferson County to be trained in C.P.R. They plan to incorporate it into school curriculum after the program becomes widespread. The club women have chosen Autumn's Reflections on the Potomac as a theme for this exotic fashion show with the following stores showing the latest fashions: Diamond's Smart Fashions, Washington Specialty Shop, Gary and Judy's Fashion Shop, J. C. Penney, Nancy's Young Fashions, Ramey's Shoe Center and Moreland's Dry Goods and Notions in Shepherdstown. Mrs. Margaret Bloom Lyter, C.I.P. chairman for the Woman's Club, enlists everyone's support in this much needed and worthwhile project. Tickets will be on sale at local stores, from firemen and club members. More details will be announced later. The members will also have a food counter at the Heskett Sale at Rippon on August 5 and will have a food stand during the Firemen's Parade on the porch taxi-cab, thus possibly some people who really need an ambulance wouldn't have this service available, Fridley stated. So please do not call for an ambulance unless there is a real need for it. and in the yard of Frances Vickers at 210 West Liberty Street. VACATION & CHICAGO -- Miller are tra in Illinois stymied by a robin to hatch three on their home Miller said that ed couple in their trailer, so we ! hurry to go Byrd's.Eye By U.S. Senator Robert C. A New Name/or an Old Game Thousands of years ago, hidden in the mists of pre- historic time, men and women began the invention process which we now call technology development. Whether that first idea was for a wheel, or an oven, or a new way of measuring time, the proc- ess was essentially "the sam.e as that which takes place today. The inventor recognized a need; he found a new way of using a natural resource, or a new way of doing a job, in or- der to satisfy that need. His invention changed the lives of his family and friends-and, as informa- tion about his idea passed from one group to another, life changed for others, too. The knowledge he had created about how to do something was valuable in itself--and it became more valuable as it passed from one group to another. Un- doubtedly, the discovery was soon made that knowl- edge has the power to in- spire and develop further knowledge. We recognize that fact when we say "one idea leads to another." Wheels led to carts, and carts led to roads, and roads led to commerce and trade. Transferring "how-to-do- it" knowledge has been an essential ingredient in the history of man's progress. However, our engineering and scientific knowledge has grovJn so rapidly in the last 100 years, it has become very difficult to discover and organize all the technical information that exists today. Even an- gineers and unable to keep ever-increasing of information. too often forced vent the to spend hours wastefull nology which in some other in some other nation or the When vests tax dollarS search and programs, new technology specific public sensible to provide nology transfer which will make sults of that able to the public ly and possible. That may building a plant--like the fication facility proposed for ginia. It may mean ing a TechnologY Center, where can be stored in and retrieved by and scientists as it ed. It may reports and letins for use by or by local and ernments. The English Herbert Spencer, science as "org know'ledge." 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