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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE I THURSDAY, AUGUST 3. 1978 .ql nes From Dedication Ceremony. For Handicapped Fishing Area At Leetown Hatchery Saturday PRE-FESTIVITIES HANDSHAKES COME FIRST weather was just perfect and the crowd numbering about 250, them veterans, with some in wheelchairs, showed up at the Fisheries Center at Leetown Saturday morning to see and the formal dedication of a new phase of activities at the r, this latest program having been designed strictly for the an- AND THE FINE JEFFERSON HIGH BAND PLAYED ON joyment and pleasure of the handicapped. And the above pictures shows some of the scenes of festivities from the time two of West Virginia's leading politicians, U.S. Senator Jennings Randolph and Congressman Harley O. Staggers, along with a host of other out- standing personalities, arrived on the scene until it became "chow LINED UP TO GET SOME OF THAT GOOD SMOKED TROI time" and the long line formed to partake of some of the tasty smoked trout which was served, along with iced tea, to all those who desired to eat and drink at the close of the impressive hour-long program held under the,covering of a large canvas tent which had been erected at the site of the newly developed fishing area for the handicapped on a back section of the Leetown Hatchery grounds. (Photos by Erroll Leslie) Opening Big Success grand opening of Eyerly's new depart- Store, in the Berkeley Plaza Shopping Martinsburg, continues. The store Wednesday, July 26. Shown above, ithe ribbon that opened the doors, is Mrs. representing the Berkeley her left is Terry Harden, Delegate; to her right, Miss Ivy Miss West Virginia; and Mar- Store Manager Jim Healy. (Courtesy Messenger) Laurence W. OUnce daughter, born July 27 in Hospital. Rebecca Lee, III, 10, mother is the Anna Barrow. are Mr. Ring, Sr., grandparents are St. Conway of spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. and family of William Jenkins Bunker Hill, were with Mr. and Ring, St., and Jenkins. Cross of Win- spent from Wed- with her Catherine' Ring is away of Pittsburgh Women of the M. Church met on 26, at the home Nicely, with 17 was called to president, Mrs. Mrs. Janet in charge of the )penod scripture for taken from the through 9'41. the evening was Religion Of- in several Makes Us Man Sees". was given - with the group. conducted the Roll call, treasurer's Ven. Thank you Women for the Were rd.. The to hold an ,p- in the pastors  and during the Charles Frum, date will be There was a Sons of Con- Will be held on visiting our Mr. Paul the Reeders. Home in were Mrs. Beatrice group to visit each month. The date for the next meeting was set up a week to August 23, due to the fair. With no further business the ladies joined into their friend- ship circle for the Mizpah,,- Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by, Mrs. Betty Nicodemus. The next meeting will be held on Aug. 23 at the home of Mrs. Kerman Cross and Mrs. Barbara Frye as co-hostess and Mrs. Walter Mayer is in charge of the program. The Full Gospel Pentecostal Church at Middleway will hold their regular fellowship service on Saturday, Aug. 5 at 7 p.m. Rev. Clark Elliott is the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough of Rippon were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns. The Middleway U.M. Church held their annual picnic on Sunday at the Clearbrook Park with a good turnout. The in- vocation was given by Mr. Paul Ring. There was all kinds of food which was enjoyed by all. Games were provided for the young and old after the meal. Despite the rain that interrupted the picnic a delightful afternoon was spent together in fellowship. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Bush of Mid- dletown, Va. Mr. and Mrs. James entertained a picnic on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. James Cain Sunday afternoon. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs Roy Swartz who celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary on July 30. They visited with her sister  and husband, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. MeIlwee in Win- chester, Va., on Saturday. Mr. McIlwee just returned home from the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring who celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary on Monday, July 31. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring, Billy, Becky , and Deborah Ann, to see the new baby were Mr. Marion Lee Barrow, Jr., and Lee Ann, of Mill Creek; Mrs. William Jenkins of Bunker Hill; Mrs. Jack Leatherman, Stacey and Christa, of Hagerstown, Md.; Mrs. Rosemary Weisee, of Washington, D.C.; MSss Mary Toberg, of Cheverly, Md.; Mr. Lee. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ring, Kenny, Mike and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, Anessa and Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Ring, Sr., Mrs. Jay Kearns, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, Kathy, Mark and Matthew, Mrs. Naomi Barrow, Mrs. Paul Charnblin, Mr. Bob Hague, Mrs. Garage Gruber, Joey and P. D., Mrs. Paul Ring, and Mrs. Holmes White, all from the village. The annual picnic reunion was held on Sunday at Morgan's Grove Park in Shepberdstowr, with attendance of around I00. Those attending from our area were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson, Mr. Lee Brown, Mrs. Evelyn Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Shirley, Melissa, Patricia and Matt, Mr. Johnnie Shirley, Miss Theresa Quesenberry, Miss Tamy Braithwaite, and Mr. Jimmy Liskey. A delightful day was spent together and enjoyed a lot .of good food. Arts Council Grant The Jefferson County Arts Council has received word from the West Virginia Arts and Humanities Council that a grant has been approved to pay half the cost of Theatre West Virginia puppet performances in six of our elementary schools in February. Last season Theatre West Virginia toured 10 states and performed for more than 100,000 people. The audience response made the season a great suc- cess. This is a grand opportunity to expose so many of the county's children to such an excellent professional production. II I Ill LIVESTOCK SALES $47.85 to $53.75; plain to medium bulls, $41 to $47. commercial cows. $38 to $41: utility cows. $35 to $37.75: canners and cutters. $27 to $34.75: cows by the head. up to $375; stacker and feeder steers, $48 to $60: stock and feeder heifers, $40 to $52. Choice to prime calves, $65 to $75.50: good butcher calves, $54 to $64: medium butcher calves, $43 to $53: thin calves. $42.75 down: heavy calves, $40 to $55: good to choice lambs, $54 to $55.50 butcher ewes, $14 to $20. Good butcher hogs, $47 to $47.60: medium butcher hogs, ,$46.50 to $46.90; heavy butcher I The quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, July 31, 1978. Receipts of all classes moderate, with a good demand for all classes. Feature of sale was high yielding bulls to 53.75, and high yielding cows top $43.6o. Good butcher steers. $49 to $51; plain to medium steers, $44 to $48.75; good butcher heifers, $42 to $46; plain to medium heifers, $35 to $41.75; good bulls. I I I hogs, $44 to $46.25; butcher sows. $36 to $40: heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, $44 to $46.50: shoats per hundred, up to $60: pigs per head, up to $51: boars, up to $35. SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen Dial 876-2672 - _ _ - _ __ Hallelujah Day Camp, for all children of the Shepherdstown area kindergarten through grade 6. will be held on the grounds of Trinity Episcopal Church. August 14 through 18 from 9 a.m. till 12 noon. For more information, call Rev. Wm. Kieldsing, 876-6990. Steamboat Run's annual community picnic was held Sunday, July 30, at I p.m Richard and Sasan Fletcher and daughter of McKeesport, Pa., and Charles K. and Betty Unseld, of Somerset, Pa., were recent weekend visitors at the Unseld home. Mrs. Marjorie Wright has returned to Hamilton, Ontario, after a visit with Mrs. Helen Wright. Anyone with news please call Janet Hansen, 876-2672. 4 BIG DAYS: TODAY THROUGH MONDAY- SHOP AND SAVE! w::0000atr00 roman wh,r E $700 regularly $10 misses pull-on slacks The comfortable, flattering polyester "pull-ons" with elasticized waistband: stitched front crease. Soft dusty shades of fall plus black, brown, navy. Sizes 10 to 20 petite and average lengths. OFF originally $15 to $25 "Lady Queen" coordinates New fall separates designed especially for you.., mix and matchable pants, skirts, blouses and blazers in polyester knits. Shades of blue and oyster. Tops 38 to 46 ... bottoms 32 to 40. s8.99 regularly $1200 misses knit tops Your favorite basic, coordinating toppers.., soft Acrylic knit tops in flattering turtleneck and mock-turtleneck styles. Assorted stripes; sizes S M-L. SPORTSWEAR. Eyerly's si3.99 , regularly $1800 leather handbags Great price and selection of genuine leather handbags. Scores of styles in. cludlng body bags with top zippers, shoulder straps and other detailing. Basic new earthtones. HANDBAGS- Eyer!y's / / i / WIN A TRIP FOR TWO TO FABULOUS HAWAII 2 FULL WEEKS FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS Honolulu- Walklki Maul- Kono- Hilo Trip includes round trip air fares, meals and beverage service aloft, alrfare on island hops, baggage handling, all graupd transfers, all hotel accommodations, a continental breakfast and professions| tour escorts. Register all this week. Registration slim available at all cash registers throughout the store. Drop your registration sl a m me box beside the Hawaiian Display in Misses' Sportswear Dept. Drawing v IIII oe nela Saturday, August $th and the winner will be notified. regularly new fall scarves Small squares, oblongs and lettuce edge styles in bright new solids and prints to accent your fall wardrobe. Carefree polyester and Acetates. Accessories - Eyerly's Monday thru Saturday- 10 til 9 !CLOSED SUNDAY $1.50 to $3.50 values knee-hi spectacular A great buy ..'. lust in time for back-to. school wardrobe: and best of all-ane size fits 9 to I1. A host of patterns and basic solid oolors to coordinate every outfit. HOSIERY- Eyedy's .f //