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Hill Is Jefferson Historic Landmark located east of Charles Town on Cattail Road, has been listed County Historic Landmark. Here is another example of this handsome pre-Civil War homes. It was built about 1851 by Eichelberger. The walls are constructed of brick. Handsome in- includes two complete staircases, one extending to the attic. Federal Hill, was first used during its ownership by Rebecca acquired the property in 1881. One explanation for this name is that, one hundred years earlier, a bonfire was lit on this hill to victory at Yorktown. In 1932 the farm was bought by George W. of Mr. Leo J. Widmeyer, who now lives here with his Mrs. Ida Fleming Marlow. U.M. Church will be held on L 6, starting at 1 Park. with Mrs. Mrs. and sons of Mr. and Mrs. of Bunker Hill; Raymond Cole and Va.; Mr. Staubs of and Mrs David and Mr. Harold Staubs and Mrs. Fred Nick of Mr. Marshall a of Virginia; Mrs. and daughter Mrs. Paul Grove during the and Mrs. Dearl Mrs. Raymond son were visitors Mr. and Mrs. and sons of INION family reunion July 30 at Mrs. Dorothy n Mission Road. Mr. and Mrs. and sons, Mr. Cogle and Mrs. Wayne family, Mr. and Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. i and family, Frank Greenwalt Costello, Mr. Poston, Miss ! Betty Popkins and son, Sherry Hough, Nathan, Gene and Harry Dinterman, David and Cleveland Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Aronowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Aronowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones and son, Timmy Hawkins, all from Harpers Ferry; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holmes of Sharpsburg, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Popkins, Jr., and family, Mr, and Mrs. Bill Kelly and family of Rhode Island; Mr. and Mrs. Vance See and family, Mr. and Mrs. Danny See and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Rentz and sons of Broadway, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Popkins of Timberlake, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Gladys Spitzer and son of Mathias, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Henry of Warrenton, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Gone Popkins and family of Middleway; Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Popkins, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Popkins of "Herndon, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rich- man of Manassas, Va.; Mrs. Electa Hough of Bakerton; Mrs. Sally Lilla of Millville; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thompson and family of Deriden, Louisiana; Mrs. Louise Webster and girls of Kabletown and Peachy Painter of Bluemont, Va. A wonderful day of fellowship was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rodgers and Scottie, Jessie Ballenger, Miss Kathy Hough, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters attended a cookout on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son at Parkview Trailer Court. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smear and Mrs. Shirley Chapman and granddaughter were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mrs. Bonnie Warnick of UGUST SALE... Sliver Reed Seiko Electric Portable Typewriter Harpers Ferry and Mrs. Sandra Smith and children of Security Hills were visitors Monday with Mrs. Frances Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan, Wanda and Angle Everhart and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Everhart were supper guests Saturday with Lee Waters and Gary of Dargan, Md. Mrs. Elisha Longerbeam and Mrs. Rebecca Longerbeam and children of Hostler Road were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Donald and Susan. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Howell of Gainesville, Va.; Mrs. Sharon Ott and daughters of Mannings; Mrs. Dorothy Grove and sons, Mrs. Anne Grove and family, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart, Christine Buzzard, Roxanne Everhart and Brian Whitehair were dinner guests Sunday with Mr; and bits. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughters were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mrs. Thelma Cogle and Mrs. Lucille Waters and Kenney were visitors Tuesday with Mrs. Betty Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Paula Smith and children of Martinsburg were visitors i Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter, and Mrs. Paula Smith and children were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair Ca s e L Included SALE s239.95 FEA TUNES: Electric Carriage Return 13" Carriage; Correcting [ space .KEY SET TABULATOR... Repeat " Other Silver $eiko pertab/e Typewriter frm $$9.S0 To Choose From _ Chapman's Service Typewriter Co. ton St. 127 S. Braddock St. W.Va. Winchester, Va. mn SUFFER ............... FROM... EMPHYSEMA .ASTHMA ATTACKS .HEART or CIRCULATORY DISEASE kii.O.Oen'a single cylinder unit is lightweight enough to go anywhere with you, ready fc, Instant emergency use. MODEL #600 RATUIE$: Oxygen Supply Cylinder ( MODEL #510), with over a 15 minute supply (100 Liters Oxygen). Reusable Regulator ,Reusable Adult Size Oronasal Face Mask .Instructions ur-0-e[00 PONTADLI[ TN[NAP[ ON1H[H UNIT (MOOEL 11600 with 485 Liters OxYSim) Available tNough all Peoples Drug Stonm. and children of Shepherdstown were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mr. Charles Everhart of Dargan, Md., was a visitor during the week with his mother, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mrs. Hilda Piper is a patient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. She underwent surgery Friday and is recuperating nicely. Mr. Lester Dillow, Mr. Harvey Longerbeam and friend Jake, Mr. Orlan Piper, Mr. Cecil Everhart, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son, Mrs. Jean Whitehair and sn, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart and Mr. Harold Staubs attended a hymn sing on Saturday at Peoples Faith Tabernacle where Rev. Calvin Staubs is the minister. Afterwards they visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Staubs and family of Hager- stown. A birthday party was given on Saturday for James Ronnie Grey, celebrating his 7th bir- thday and Jason Grey's 4th birthday, given by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Grey of West Ridge Hills. Those present were Dougie and Tara Higgs, Tracey Cole, Jeri Lynn Everhart, Mrs. Darlene Cole, Mrs. Sandra Higgs, Mrs. Patsy Everhart, and Mr. Harvey Longerbeam. - .-. - -- SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 Mrs. Philip Creamer and her son John Philip, of Locust Grove, left on Monday to spend the week in Boston, Mass. On Tuesday, the latter went to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for an interview and also plans to visit the campus of Boston University while there. Mr. and Mrs. Avis Rowland of St. Petersburg, Fla., were visitors Saturday at the home of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Clifford Rowland. The Rev. and Mrs: David Wood and daughter motored to the Peterkin Conference Center near Romney, W. Va., on Friday and upon their return were accompanied by their older daughter Heather, who had spent two weeks attending camp there. Enroute home the Woods stopped off in Winchester, Va,,. to attend a showing of "Star Wars". Visitors Saturday at the home of Miss Frances Coleman were her nieces, Mrs. Francis Brown of Hamilton, Va., and Mrs. John Ryman and her daughter of Woodstock, Va. Mrs. Ernest Rudolph was - among guests attending a coffee held on Monday at the home of Mrs. Ray Doyle in Charles Town. Mr. Walter Menear of Buckhannon, W.. Va., was an overnight guest Monday at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and family. Also visiting were their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hobbs of Huntington, W. Va., and their niece, Mrs. Linda Luke, of Morgantown. NANCY'S YOUNG FASHIONS 130 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W.Va. PRE-SEASON SALE on Philadelphia Coats, Jack Tar Boy's Coats 70% OFF s 70.00 WILL HOLD A COAT TILL'OCT. 7 CALL FOR US YOUR CON MIX We Handle All Concrete Jobs Professionally * CARPORTS * PATIOS" DRIVEWAYS , SIDEWALKS BASEMENT FLOORS POURING - FINISHING - FREE TURF CONCRETE Estimates PRODUCTS Division of lurf Enterprises Ph. 725-7612w 725-9233 - Charles Town, W.Vn. EXT. HOMEMAKERS TO MEET The Summit Point Extension Homemakers Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 10, at the home of Mrs. Howard Fellers. Reading reports are due and "members who have not turned in their project hooks are reminded to bring or send them to the meeting. The program will be of the show and tell variety with all members expected to participatre. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire returned home the latter part of the week from a vacaon spent at Mackinac Island nd other places in northern Michigan. Valerie and Michael Kidwiler of Bakerton were guests for several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron and son. Mr. and Mrs. George Trundle of Flint, Mich., were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons, and later the group had dinner together in Charles Town. Also visiting with the Rudolphs Wednesday was Miss Denise Benton. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jenkins and children spent several days vacationing in Gatlinburg, Tenn., and visiting also at other places in that area. Mrs. David Wood, her daughter Dawn and Peter Yanbloski of Winchester, Va., spent Thursday at the park in Clearbrook, Va. On Saturday the Roy. and Mrs. Wood and daughters had as their dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Nelson of Alexandria, Va. Mrs. Kenneth Turner, Jr., and daughter spent Friday visiting at Monte View, the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford, their daughter and their grand- children, attended the annual Glassford family reunion held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming on Sunday. Mr. Edward Shull of Alexandria, Va.; Mr. Charles Shull of Winchester, Va., and Mr. Louis Shull spent Wed- nesday visiting with old friends and former neighbors in Summit Point. Mark Rudolph returned home Thursday from Ocean City, Md., where he had been vacationing for several days, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Frazier and family. Over the weekend he and his brother Paul were guests at the home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and son. Mr. and Mrs. William Henry and son were among those at- tending the Glassford reunion held Sunday. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 725-8309 A large crowd attended the dedication of the fishing area for the handicapped at the National Fish Hatchery on Saturday, July 29, at 10:30. Dr. Robert Putz, director of the Fish Hatchery, was master of ceremonies. He introduced Senator Jennings Randolph, Congressman Harley O. Staggers, Lynn Greenwalt, director of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Don Boyd, head of Young Adult Conservation Corps; Howard Larsen, regional director of U.S.F.W.S. and Dr. Billes, director of the Baker V.A. Center. A number of han- dicapped veterans attended The Jefferson High School Jazz Band furnished the music. Ramps have been built to allow wheelchair veterans to get to the ponds, which have been stocked with bass and trout. Also a shelter with five places where they can cook their fresh fish at once. Refreshments were ser- ved. All the Fritts' children have been visiting this week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fritts. Rev. Frum had a very in- spiring sermon on Sunday at the U.M. Church. His topic was "Oh Taste And See That The Lord is Good." Mrs. Warren ollis and Mrs. Tricia Kisner and son have returned from a weeks vacation at Bethany Beach in Delaware." While there they visited and had SPIRIT OF JEFFER-.SON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1978 PAVE THE WAY FOR FULFILLMENT OF YOUR DREAMS OF AN ALREADY, PAID FOR VACATION LATER WITH ONE OF OUR FINE VA CA TION CLUBS YOU MAKE THE FIRST 49 PAYMENTS WE WILL GIVE YOU THE PAYS00...F-R-E-E BANK AND TRUST RANSON. WEST VIRGINIA 25438 COM PANY 304-725-7014 / 15 dinner with Mrs. Peggy Hum- phrey at her summer cottage. Mrs. Humphrey will be remembered as Peggy Baker who lived with her grandparents in Leetwn and was a school chum of Tricia Collis. She, her husband and children live in Washington. Members of the M.Y.F. had a picnic and a fishing trip on Sunday. The gardens in Leetown are still producing. Eighty-eight pints of bir.d egg beans was frozen out of one garden on Saturday. Martinsburg Man Is Arrested On Charge Forging $250 Check A Martinsburg man, Paul D. Rockwell, has been arrested by Jefferson County State Police on a warrant charging him with forging and uttering a check in the amount of $250.00 at the Bank of Charles Town. Rockwell, arraigned before Magistrate  E. W. Day, was remanded to Jefferson County Jail in lieu of $2,000 bond pending the appointment of a defense attorney and a preliminary hearing. I I Ill I [ when nothing else is good enough [] Perfect Granite E-I Superb Craftsmanship Custom Design Service ,EJ Written Guarantee Without Time Limit Thal's achm makes as the mos! IrusePd name in mvmoriab Martinsburg Granite Works 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Mo,insburg, W.Va. - - - FREE - - - CUSTOMER PARKING Affiliate Kidney Foundation :Discussed Panhandle Counties Plans for the establishment of an affiliate of the National Kidney Foundation were discussed recently at a meeting of interested persons held in Martinsburg. Warren Felix, of Elkins, Northern District Coordinator of the West Virginia Kidney Foundation, met with the group and explained the procedures to follow in the founding of such an organization. At the [resent time, Felix stated, 315 persons in West Virginia are on dialysis, and approximately 200 of these could have kidney transplants if the organs were available. In fact, 21 are now cleared and awaiting transplants. A total of 650 persons died each year in the state of kidney- related diseases, more than die in auto accidents. Thus, a public education campaign is under way to let the public become more aware of the need and just what can he done about it. Judy Minghini is local chairman of this endeavor, and anyone wishing to obtain a donor card or more information been unable to perform such surgery since February, as no kidneys were available, due to lack of cards on hand at the time of death. Felix assures would-he donors that one need only fill out a [Uniform Donor Card and carry it on ones person in order to. donate a kidney or other organ at the time of death. If a card is filled out, and the donor changes his mind, he needs only destroy the card. There is no obligation. Brain death must be certified before a kidney can be used, he added. Locally there are 22 persons on dialysis, and three deaths in the city last year were directly related to kidney disease. Ex- pense for dialysis is about $25,1)00 to $35,000 per year, and home dialysis is $8,000 to $10,000. The local group is looking for new members in the organization, and if any groups or organizations are interested in having Mrs. Minghini speak she will be happy to do so, distribute pamphlets and show films. may contact her at 754-3047, or The donor card reproduced on write to her at General this page of The Spirit of Jet- Delivery, Jones Springs, W. Va. [ ferson may he clipped and filled 25429. lout on both sides and will he Dr. Marshall Ashby, tran-laeceptableasa legal docume.nt splant surgeon, can do 48 such lunder the Uniform Anatomical transplants per year, but he has I Gift Aet or similar laws. I I Signed by the donor and the following two witnesses in the presence of each other: Signature of Donor Date of Birth of Donor Date S=gned City & State Witness Witness This ts it legal document under the Uniform P,itfomical Gift Act or similar lew, s, For further information consult your physician Dr W Natnal Kidney Foundation 116 East 27th Street, New York, N.Y. 10016 I I UNIFORM DONOR CARD OF Print or type name of donor In the hope that I may help others, I hereby make this anatomical gift, if medically acceptable, to take effect upon my death. The words and marks below indicate my desires. I give: (a) -------any needed organs or parts (b) --------only the following organs or parts Specify the organ(s) or part(s) for the purposes of transplantation, therapy, medical research or education: () my body for anatomical study if needed. Limitations or special wishes, if any: iil