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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGU8T 3, 1978 Mountain City Union To Appear 01d Opera House . SOCIAL-CLUB PERSONAL ! Shown above, left to right, are Jim and Joe Swanhart, Colin Dunbar and Mike Henderson, who comprise the Mountain City Union, a bluegrass outfit appearing this Saturday night at 8:00 o'clock at the Old Opera House in Charles Town. "Mountain City Union," playing that good or mountain sound of bluegrass, will appear for one night only, August 5 at 8 p.m. at the Old Opera House in Charles Town. The four members of "Mountain City Union", Mike Henderson, Colin Dunbar, Jim Swanhart and Joe Swanhart, "have been playing music together for about fifteen years off and on. They played rock- and-roll, country, and folk music but always came back to bluegrass. Their music is a good mixture of bluegrass, mountain ballads and an occasional modern country song. Mike Henderson, born in the mountains of West Virginia, makes his home in Shepherd- stown. Having spent most of his life in entertainment, he has been playing guitar for the past fifteen years and singing country  bluegrass professionally. Colin Dunbar, born in Western-North Carolina where bluegrass originated, has been playing and singing for several years. He resides in Charles Town. Jim Swanbart is a mountain boy from Western Pennsylvania who has involved himself with country and mountain music most of his life. Jim, now living in Germantown, Maryland, plays mandolin, guitar and mouth harp. Joe Swanbart, the youngest member of the band, found his way to bluegrass after trying other types of music. Joe, wh 9 makes his home in Northern Virginia, plays flattop guitar. Tickets for this bluegrass music night are $4 and $3. Children twelve years and under are admitted for half price. Reservations and tickets are available at the office of the Opera House, 204 N. George Street, 10:30-6:30 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. .... ' ' __ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deering, CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 Mrs. Arrah Mac Lehman, Mrs. Esther Watson and Mrs. Inger Garrison all of Blakeley apartments, '*Ranson, were dinner guests of Mr. James Thornton Friday at the Cliffside Motor Inn in Harpers Ferry.. Mr. Thornton is a staff member of the Harpers Ferry Job Corps. Miss Francena Stonesifer, Washington, D.C., and Col. and Mrs. Louis Garvin, Florida, are vacationing for several weeks at their apartment on South Mildred Street. All are former residents of Charles Town. Recent dinner and overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  A. G. Hooper, South Seminary Street were Mr. and Mrs. Don Rude, Charleston, W. Vs. Mr. Rude heads a consulting engineering firm in Charleston, Rude and Associates. Arlington, Va., were entertained at a dinner party on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. Wilt, Bolivar Heights. The Deerings have a cottage on Riverside Drive, Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilt and Mrs. Calvin Shoemaker were in- cluded in the guest list. Members of the Do!l Madison Garden Club enjoyed an authentic Hawaiian Luau on Sunday, June 30, at Elmwood, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry "Marty" Kable. Much planning and work by the members took place to reproduce the Hawaiian village as a setting for the feast. About 50 members, husbands and guests, arrived at 5 p.m. through the torch-lighted driveway to the center of ac- tivities. Upon arrival each guest was greeted with a lei and a kiss of welcome. Ray Doyle, Marty Kable and Bud Peters assisted their wives in greeting tile PERSONALS I Mrs. Evelyn Whittington and daughter Sharon, of Ranson, left Monday, July 24, for thirteen days vacation in Hawaii. While there they will tour other islands. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and daughter Pam of Charles Town, returned home on July 28 after a weeks vacation at Ocean City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. George Park of Berkeley Springs, entertained with a party and dinner at their summer place in Great Cacapon for his sister Hazel Spears' birthday, this past week weekend. Those spending the weekend and present for the dinner were the honored guest and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dusty Spear, Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Spear and son, Indianapolis, Ind.; Floyd and Michael Spear, Upper Marlboro, Md.; Nancy and Sandy Kalby, Mitchellville, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grey and daughter and friend of Berkeley Springs and North Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. George Park and children Terri and Jeff and friends Scott and Tots. guests. A replica of an authentic straw hut as well as handmade decorations of fruit, flowers and tropical foliage set the desired atmosphere for the social hour which preceded the dinner. Beverages included native Hawaiian cocktails. The fabulous feast consisted of terriyaka steaks on skewers, fruited chicken, many salads, vegetables and pineapple and coconut cake for dessert. The dinner course was served on tables covered with bright floral cloths with accompaning background music. Jean Doyle, mistress of ceremonies for the en- tertainment, introduced Carl Kable who demonstrated the Hula dance after which all guests, some in grass skirts, participated in the dancing. Mary Eleanor Peters played ukulele & led in teachin the group "Tiny Bubbles" the popular Don He song. Rain had not dampened the enthusiasm of the party par- ticipants. The committee on arrangements consisting of Carol Kable, Jean Doyle and Mary Eleanor Peters wish to express appreciation to Mrs. Pauline Fritts for her terriyaka steak recipe which was the hit of the evening, also to Mrs. Kay Anders for her artistic Hawaiian Mural. Shepherdstown Has Film Flicks Shows The Shepherdstown Public Library is presenting "Summer Film Flicks" in the Children's during August are: "The Merry- Go - Round Horse" on Aug. I0; "Mr. Horatio Knibbles" on Aug. 17; and "The Violin and Walter, the Lazy Mouse" on Aug. 14. Each film promises fun and excitement for children of all ages. The Saturday morning Story House is also continuing during the summer. Each Saturday morning at 11, children between the ages of 5 and 10 are invited to visit the library for a fun-filled hour of stories, films, games and crafts. Shepherdstown Men's Club Is Asking Items The Shepherdstown Men's Club is soliciting donations of items to be sold at its annual community auction, to be held on August 19 at the Shepherd- stown Public Library. Proceeds from the auction, which is the Men's Club's only fund-raising event, go to support the Shepherdstown War Memorial Building and Morgan's Grove Park. Jefferson County Com- missioner Henry M. Snyder, auction committee chairman, suggests some of the items that might be of particular interest: furniture, dishes and glassware, appliances, even broken ones; farm equipment, fresh vegetables, fruits, cured meats and livestock; old cars, and anything else that might be gathering dust in the attic, basement, or barn. "Some of the top auctioneers in the area will donate their talents toward selling these items," Snyder said, "and, based on past performance, they can sell most anything." "Of course," he smiled, "the best kind of donation is always cash. In past years, a substantial part of the auction proceeds has come from cash contributions." Items' that are donated are examined before the auction by members of the auction com- mittee. Broken appliances, for example, are marked 'broken'; those in running condition also are appropriately marked. Men's Club solicitors will pick up items anywhere in the Jef- ferson - Berkeley County area between now and the auction. To obtain pickup service, contact Snyder at 876-6269 or James Van Evera at 876-6390. The Shepherdstown Men's Club is a non-profit, tax exempt organization, so the value of any item donated for the auction is tax deductible. Receipts for donations will be provided on request following the sale. The Men's Club auction is a major community event each year, drawing scores of area residents for fun -- and bargains. Fond' will he sold throughout the day by Men's Club members Room each Thursday morning under the direction of Guy M. WE HAVE atiO:30. Films to be featured --Mler" EVERYDAY MOVED CHARLES TOWN PHOTO&GIFT IS NOW VAN Tots HALLMARK SHOP DISCOUNT INSULIN PRICES U l U- 100 s3.99 80 $3.59 U - 40 $2.39 Scott & White CHARLES TOWN PHARMACY YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY 125 W.Washington St. Downtown Charles Town FREE CUSTOMER PARKING IN REAR OF STORE 129 W.WASHINGTON ST. CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. PHONE: 725- 5315 STOP IN AND VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION Hurricanes Win NBTA Honors In Shippensburg Members of the Hurricane Majorettes, under the direction of Mrs. Neale Cramer, competed in the Shippensburg, Pa. National Baton Twirler's Association on Friday, July 28. It. was a part of the annual Ship- pensburg Fair. Bringing home awards were: Miss Shippensburg Fair Queen, Kelly Sue Cramer, fourth runner-up. Basic strut: Michelle Hough, fifth place, 8-year-aids; Kelly Sue Cramer, fourth place, 12- year-aids. Fancy strut: Amy Sperry, fifth place, 7-year-aids; Kelly Sue Cramer, fourth place, 12- year-aids. Parade majorette: Michelle Hough, fourth place, 8-year- olds; Michelle Carper, fifth place, 0 to 6-year-aids; Amy Sperry, fifth place, 7-year-aids Kelly Sue Cramer, fourth place, 12-year-aids. Military strut: Kelly Sue Cramer, first place, 12-year- olds; Michelle Hough, fifth place, 8-year-aids; Amy Sperry, fifth place, 7-year-aids. Others making the trip and competing were: Heather Meier, Tammy Spitzer, Catherine Iden, Stacey Walker and Robyn Harrison. Observers said the com- petition was keen; the judging, by NBTA judges, very strict. Large Nursing Class Enrolled lAt University MORGANTOWN, W. vA. - A class of 70 women and two men will begin studies in the West Virginia University School of Nursing when the First Semester begins August 23. The class, the 19th to be ad- mitted since the school opened, includes 64 West Virginians and eight residents of three other states. The West Virginians come from 26 counties with 18 students listing home addresses in Monongalia County. Ohio County has the next highest number with five students from Wheeling. In addition to the 72 new students, two sophomores and one junior were re-admitted to the school. Also accepted was one junior transfer, Keith Kpp of Monroeville, Pa. To be eligible for admission to the WVU School of Nursing, applicants must have completed at least two semesters of prescribed courses at WVU or another accredited college or university. The school's three-year curriculum incorporates general education and nursing courses. A graduate receives a B.S. .degree and is qualified to take the licensing examination to become a registered nurse. The School of Nursing also has a graduate program leading to a master of science degree. In i " i i i Mm'lllayE, Imr00 mlml00 wllell yOll'ee roll? If you become sick or dis- ebbed, Nationwide can help you make sure your mortgage payments are paid. Call Nationwide agent soon. m DOMINICK "Wdll" FARGO Your Local Jeff. County Asent PH.; 7B-M14 - '/26-8338 addition, it has bachelor's degree programs on the Morgantown campus and at the Charleston Division of the WVU Medical Center for registered nurses who are graduates of three-year hospital programs or have associate degrees from two-year schools of nursing. Members of the nursing class from the Eastern Panhandle include Pamela Whittington of Charles Town, and Thomasino Giammarco, 305 N. Red Hill Road, Martinsburg. Potentate Ball Held Martinsburg By Nile Temple Nile Temple No. 27, Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Noble Mystic Shrine, held their Potentate Ball Saturday July 22, at the Tall Cedar Hall in Martinsburg. Music was provided by Ray Johnson and the Esquire featuring El Cid. Thotmes Temple and Court No. 145 from Fairmont, W. Vs., joined Nile for the occasion. Past Potentate and Grand Senior Warden Richard Burrel] served as the chairman for the ball which will be an annual event. David'Cook, Martinsburg won the door prize. Past Potentates Charles Ferguson, John Cook and Robert Busey, Deputy, of Nile Temple and Past Potentate Erskine Nunn and William Stewart of Thotmes Temple was greeted and welcomed by George Rutherford, the present Potentate of Nile Temple. Nile Temple will participate in the Prince Hall Masonic Family picnic which will be held at Cacapon Park Aug. 20. Prepared Childbirth Classes At Middleway An eight week class series on Prepared Childbirth for couples expecting babies in October or November will begin on Wed- nesday, August 9, in Middleway. At the weekly class, from 7 to 9 p.m., methods of handling labor and childbirth through conscious relaxation and "Lamaze" breathing patterns will be taught. The class will also ex- plore other aspects of pregnancy, labor, childbirth, and early care of the newborn, in order to help each couple attain a satisfying, healthy experience in childbearing and parenting. To register, or for more in- formation call Mrs. Vicki Verburg at 725-8169. Antietam Plans Special Kid's Program. Aug. 5 Antietam National Battlefield Site announces a special children's program entitled, "Sunset at Antietam", to be presented Saturday, Aug. 5, at 7 p.m. The raindate for this program will he Sunday, Aug. 6. This program will feature a hayride through the battlefield where the children will be acquainted with various aspects of the battle and battlefield. The bayride will be followed by a campfire for the whole family. [ Families are invited to bringlDiana D. their own hot dogs, rolls and I marshmallws t rst ver the I Engaged campfire. The Park will provide drinks, condiments, and music for the occasion. Participants Elmer W are advised to bring a blanket and to wear old clothes. Reservations are required for the hayride and can be made by calling the Battlefield at 301-432- 5124. Children participating in this program may meet the rangers and the haywagon at the Visitor Center. Other weekend programs include musket firing demon- strations on Saturday and Sunday at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 4:30 p.m., and artillery demonstrations at 3:30 p.m. An upcoming special event features the 1st Marine Band, President Lincoln's Own, in concert at Antietam Battlefield on Aug. 19 at I p.m. and 3 p.m. I. M. Carper Consistory Attends State CounciV I. M. Carper Consistory No. 192, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rites, Prince Hall Affiliate of Martinsburg, W. Va., attended the W. Va. State Council of Deliberation held in Weirton, W. Va., July 15. Attending were Commander in Chief James L. Taylor 32 degree; Past Commander Richard Burrell 33 degree; Secretary George Rutherford 32 degree; and Sublime Prince James Tolbert 32 degree. The members were accompanied by their wives Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, Doris Burrell, Barbara Rutherford and Shirley Tolbert. Mrs. Burrell attended the Grand Chapter of the Loyal Ladies of Golden Circle at the same time. A banquet was held at the newly built Holiday Inn. After the banquet, the local group was the guest of the Most Worshipful Grand Master Herbert Veal. WELL BABY CLINIC POSTPONED A WEEK The well-baby clinic scheduled for Shepherdstown's Men's Club for Monday, August 7, has been postponed for one week until Monday, Aug. 14. The hours of operation announced by the Jefferson County Health Department are from 1 until 2 p.m. in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. of Harpers Ferry, nounced the marriage of their Diana Dee Smith, to Wayne Meyers. The weddin is the Knoxville, Md., God. The bride-to-be is a of Boonsboro, Md., and is currently Cliffside Restaurant Ferry. The groom-to-be a and Mrs. Elmer C. 2, Knoxville, is also of Boonsboro Hi the manager of Service Station in Bridge Winners Charles Town Play ACBL Master points three pairs last Charles Lacy Barbara came in second, Schroth-Bill Nowd third. The weekly 7:45 p.m. and John certified director. need of a partner 8320. Hold-up Man: up...or elsel" Victim: "Or else Hold-up Man: '", fuse me...this is 00iiI The Old PRESENTS West Virginia Saturday Night featuring... "MOUNTAIN CITY UNION," playing th o1' mountain sound of bluegrass, only, Saturday, August 5 at 8 P.M., $4 and $3. Children 12 years and admitted for half price. Tickets available at office of 204 N. George St., Tuesday day, 10:30- 6:30 P.M. * * AIR CONDITIONED * * THE OLD OPERA LIBERTY & GEORGE STS, . CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. 25414 (304) 725 - 4420 BRIDAL SHOP AND BOUTIQUE 14 South Loudoun Street Winchester, Va. 22601 Has Just Received New Fall and Bridal Collection Featuring .... Bridal Gowns ... Attendant's Gowns ... Tuxedo Rentals ... Invitations .... Formals... Shoes ... All Other Acces FREE CONSULTA ELLIE'S BRIDAL S lOP. AND BOUTIQI]I00 OPEN DALLY 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.- FRIDAY 9:30 o.m. to iI