Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
Lyft
August 10, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 16     (16 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 16     (16 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 10, 1978
 

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




!6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 1O, 1978 Claremont, Another Historic Landmark Claremont, located just east of Halltown, has been listed as a Jefferson County Historic Landmark. The photograph shows the original portion. It stands on land owned by Thomas Beall (1748-1814) of BeUair and Georgetown. The house is mentioned as early as 1827. It is uncertain whether it was built by Thomas Beall or by his grandson, Colin Peter, who lived there. It was sold in 1841. The interior woodwork is characteristic of the early 1800's and the late 1700's. Door and window frames, mantels, chair rails and staircase are intact. The original floor has been sanded. A modern one story living area has been added. There is a smaller three level stone house at the rear. Claremont now is the home of Mrs. William Trail, whose father, Nathaniel Gray, bought the property in 1925. ........... * ...... MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 725-2500 The Wizard Clipp Extension Homemakers met on Wed- nesday, Aug. 2, at Scollay Hall for their annual Dutch Treat. There were eight members present and eight guests. The guests for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns, Miss Louise Mason, Mrs. Helen Shirley, Mrs. Linda Magaha, Mr. Philip Rebert from the village and Miss Jody Warner and Miss Kim Krantz from Frederick, Md. Grace was sung by the group. The club and guests enjoyed a delicious meal served by Mrs. Louise Bradley. A short business meeting was conducted by the vice-president, Miss Dorothy Dailey. She welcomed the guest and each member present. Reports were discussed and each one responsible for their yearly report to have it in by the due date.  Also reminded the members of the fair to be held Aug. 28 through September 2. The September meeting will he at the home of Mrs. Paul Jef- ferson on Wednesday, Sep- tember 6, with Mrs. Holmes White the leader. Mrs. Almeta Robertson from Bluefield, Va., visited on Tuesday with Mrs. Naomi Barrow. Mrs. Rosemary Weise moved from her home here in the village to Seattle, Wash. She will stop by her parents' home in Michigan for a short visit before going to Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Place entertained Mrs. Place's Sunday School class from the Middleway U.M. Church Friday with an afternoon of bowling at the Pikeside Bowl. After bowling the children were treated with pizza and root beer at Shakey's. These attending along with Mr. and Mrs. Place were Billy Ring, Richard Nicodemus, Jay Whitmore, Robin Hostler and Kim Everhart. The children had a wonderful afternoon together. Mr. Lee Brown and' Mrs. Ernest Slusher attended the Sons of Confederate meeting held in Winchester, Va., on Thursday. Mrs. Kerman Cross, Mrs. Jesse Frye, Miss Judy Frye, and Miss Jane Brown attended the 60th wedding anniversary on Sunday afternoon for Mr. and Mrs. Holly Sencindiver. It was held at the Darkesville U.M. Church. Harry Shirley, Jr., returned home on Thursday night after spending the past two weeks in Durham, N.C. He was attending WITH Eric Bates Greg Breeden Holly Fluty Coyle Ronnie Harris Michael Lewallen Carol Offenbacker Shorty Ranalli Martha E. Senseney Bett Sims Melinda White Directed by Robert Angel i Charles Town, W. Va. PRESENTS FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS AUGUST llth through SEPTEMBER 2nd ADMISSION $5 ALL SEATS Mus/ & tyr/cs by A Mu,leal Ba.ed Upon The Go*pel According to St. Matthew Stephen Schwartz All Performances 8 P.M. by the Town Clock Air Conditioned - Children 12 & Under HALF PRICE TICKETS AND INFORMATION - 204 No. George St., Charles Town PHONE (304). 725-4420 or 725-2560 - Noon til 6:30 Tues, thru Sat. KLIP & KURL Jefferson County's Newest Hair Styling ] Shop Located On Stat00 Route 9 South of , I Charles Town in Wilt's Trailer Park We Offer any kind of Hair Styling For Both Men and Women August 10-IT Appointments Are Not Always Necessary But For Appointments Call 725. 5753 school for General Telephone Co. Sunday breakfast guests with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Heath of La Haber, California and Mrs. Rosemary Weise, of Washington, D.C. Coming Soon -- Family talent night at the Middieway U.M. Church. Mr. Monte Stuckey on Family Coordinator will be in charge of the program. More details will be announced later. An appreciation dinner will be sponsored by the U.M. Women at the Middleway U.M. Church on Aug. 27 at 6 p.m. This is our way of saying thanks to the pastors and speakers during Rev. Frum's illness. A short program will follow the dinner, then a treat of home made ice cream and cake will be shared. All members and friends are welcome. Mrs. Carroll Johnson is recuperating at her home after a fall. Dinner guests on Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johnson and Mrs. Zola Braith- waSte of Martinsburg. Visitor were Mrs. Virginia Dunlap. Mark Jones returned home after being a surgical patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. ! Miss Jody Warner and Miss [Kim Krantz from Frederick, Md., spent the past week with their grandparents. Visitors this past week with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring, Billy, Becky and Debbie were Miss Almeta Robertson from Bluefield, Va.; Rev. ch0rles Frum from Summit Point; Mr. Harry Hartley of Winchester, Va.; Mrs. Helen Shirley and Mrs. Debbie Breeden of Hidden River; Marion Lee Barrow, Jr., and Lee Ann from Mill Creek; Mr. Harry Mercer, V.A. Center; Mrs. Rosemary Weise of Washington, D.C.; Mr. Doug Philips from Martinsburg; Miss Judy Frye, Miss Cindy Cross, Mrs. Allen Ring, Mrs. Terry Ring, Pare, Donna and Kim, Sally Adams, Henry Plainer, Jeffrey Jones, Mrs. Rosie Ring from the village. Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fritts were Mrs. Mary Lancaster, Mrs. Jesse Staubs of Tuscawilla Hills; Debby Lancaster, of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Omer Lofton, Mrs. Jerry Fishel and Pare of Winchester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Vorous, Ill, and David Vorous of the village. Mr. T. M. West returned home on Sunday after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Marjorie Carper, Miss Susie Markle and Miss Patty Markle spent last Sunday at Hershey, Park, Pa. Saturday guests with Mrs. Carper and Mrs. Agnes Wasson were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kaylor of Mar- tinsburg. Sunday night over- night guests were Duane D(mn and Miss Patty Markle. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and family were Mr. Gary Jones, Dennis, Cindy and Michael from Martinsburg. Mrs. Helen Mills, Tammy and Todd from Blacksburg, Va., were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicodemus and family. Miss Karen Nicodemus returned home with Mrs. Mills to spend the week. Miss Judy Longerbeam is spending the week with her sister, Miss Barbara Longer- beam at Brucetown, Va. Mrs. Mildred Crim and Mrs. Charity Palmer from Berryville, Va., spent Sunday night and Monday with Rev. and Mrs. Clark Elliott. Monday visitors were Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Hughes from Stewart, Fla. HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo Dial 535-6528 The Bolivar U.M. Church school picnic will be Sunday, Aug. 13 at the Morgan's Grove Park in Shepherdstown, at 5 p.m. Meat and bread will be furnished, bring a covered dish of your choice and a beverage All families and friends are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duncan of Berkeley Springs visited her brother, Mr. Reid Geronimo last week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea attended the homecoming on Sunday at the Mountain Baptist Church in Bluemont, Va. The Harpers Ferry Womans Club is sponsoring a luncheon and fashion show, Sept. 20 at the Cliffside Motor Inn. Fashions are by Mr. Gary Moreland of Shepherdstown. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Courtney and family have returned home after a vacation at Ocean City, Md. Mr. Franklin Jones has been home from Johns Hopkins Hospital but has to return for treatment. Rev. Michael Smith has returned home from attending the 35th wedding anniversary of his father and mother, Rev. and Mrs. John Smith of South Elgin, Ill. During the absence of Rev. Smith, Dr. Ellis Larson of Wesley Theological Seminary in i They can translate so the-little Washington, D.C., filled the ones can enjoy the story too. pulpit at Wesley Camp Hill U.M. The art displayed this month church. Dr. Larson's wife and was arranged by the artist, children accompanied him. James Mills, Jr. 5"he painting in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graves the lobby, oil on canvas, is en- and Mr, and Mrs, Lewis titled Lutheran Church, Creighton of Madison, Ill,, Shepherdstown. The two near visited with Rev. Michael Smith i the desk are acrylic on canvas last week. and are entitled Cityscape and On Wednesday, Aug. 23, at Winterscape. Mr. Mills will p.m., the Harpers Ferry - exchange these for others later, Bolivar Lions Club will have a offering a variety of scenery. family picnic at Morgan's Grove Park in Shepherdstown. Bring all the family. For information, call Lions Cleveuger, 725-9270. LIVESTOCK SALES The quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, August 7, 1978. Receipts of all classes light, with a good demand for all classes. Feature of sale was high yielding bulls, sup 3.. Plain to medium steers, $44 to 8; plain to medium heifers, $40 to $45; good bulls, $47 to $53.35; plain to medium bulls, $44 to $46.75; commercial cows, $38 to $40; utility cows, $36 to $37.75; canners and cutters, $30 to $35.75; stacker and feeder steers, $50 to $62; stock and feeder heifers, $45 to $58. Choice to prime calves, $70 to $77.50; good butcher calves, $60 to $69.75; medium butcher calves, $49 to $59; thin calves, $48 down; heavy calves, $40 to $60; good to.choice lambs, $53 to $55.50. Good butcher hogs, $49 to $49.50; medium butcher hogs, $48.4O to $48.90; heavy butcher hogs, $44 to $48.30; butcher sows, $38 to $41.25; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, $42 to $46; shoats per hundred, up to $,50; pigs per head, up to $45; boars, up to t.. Much Activity, At Old Charles Town Library The South Jefferson summer school has been attending story time and other children's ac- tivities at the Old Charles Town Library. They are always welcome and the children seem to enjoy the bus trip in and the stories that are told, plus the film-strip pictures. Several of the teachers and aides are bi- lingual and this really helps the small children who speak mostly Spanish and very little English. When space is available other artists may wish to display their pictures. Also there are two cases available for displays. The staff would welcome interesting displays for these cases. On August 17th at 2 p.m. the 80 minute movie "A Boy Named Charlie Brown" will be shown in the auditorium of the Old Charles Town who likes Charlie Brown is free and everyone For those who like books in a series, offers Thane's Light, Yankee Stra Mter, The Light Kin, This Was Homing. Books by Giles are interesting, Fowler, The Osage, Voyage to Savanna. Then there added seven books in Jakes' series, others dude Mazo De La Inglis Fletcher pluS Graham's Poldark books. ENTRY BLANK Little Miss Jeffrson County (Open to any girl 4 to 6 as of July 1, 1978) Must Be Resident of Jefferson County Name Address Parent] Tel. No. Guardian Rehearsal Aug. 27 -- Fair Grounds-- 3:30 p i Mail To: Mrs. POB 451  w. Va. ENTRY MUST BE RECEIVED BY AUG. 21 ! ENTRY BLANK Miss Jefferson County Fair Open To Any Resident of Jefferson County Ages 14 to 18 as of July 1,1978 Noglo Addss Td. No. Rehearsal Aug. 27 - Fair Grounds - 2:00 Mail to: Dennis L. Barron RFD No. 1 - Box 4 Shepherdstown, W, Va. ENTRY MUST DE RECEIVED BY AUG. 21, 1978 uue're all tor you Enter our worm of Intimate Apparel... melon walls, luxurious peach carpet and dramatic lighting set off our extensive collec- tion of feminine lingerie and body fashions. ,,,,. Eyerly's has a Bali bra for everybody. And we're ready to prove it. We show four Boll bros here, oil with Bell's famous fit and quality. It's Bell's philosophy to make every woman feel free and completely natural A. No. 1620. Nylon tricot cups, cushion tip- ped underwire. White, 34-40, D ........ $8 , No, 180. Flower hll underwire with ('rope|eL cups. 34.50C, 34.38D, White ............................. $9 and $10 C. No. 1847. Bell SeflsualeTM Front Closure Contour Bandeau. 32.36A, 8. White, Beige ............... .... $7 D. No. 360. Sky Bali Tricot soft cup with Lycro powernet frame. 3,4-20C, 3d.20D ......... $8.50 and $9 FOUNDATIONS. Eyerly's /" / / / / ,/ f C. i -.,- D. B.  J /.. BERKELEY PLAZA . It's worth a trip from anywhere! Shop Monday thru Saturday. l0 til 9 ! CLOSED SUNDAY!