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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 7 THURSDAY, AXYGUST 17, 1978 Display At Library this month in the case at the front the Old Charles Town Library is a L that will interest many persons. Miss has loaned her collection of post Powhatan College, circa 1908. of interest to those who remember as well as new members of the The lower section of the case has Series of six hand-painted plates by Dr. of Shepherd College showing Harewood, Jefferson County Court Retreat. These plates are also collection of Miss Bush. ' Trailblazers 4- With Sandy and at the home of Mr. and Drish on Thur- meeting was by the President, the singing Boys and Girls 4-H pledge. In the devotion ember gave a Minutes of the Were read bY the Pifer, and Called with eight guests present. report was then club giving program this each fee. It was weiner roast at which will be of the loader, on Aug. 17, gstarting at 6:30 ;ports roast. The Peggy Gran- with a cam- for the club's fair. After these that 4-H camp their ex- the other 4- Ithoy had learned was then games were led leader, Pamela were to lrs. g, Sr., who Sunday, of Charles with Mr. James. While visited at her enjoyed it very night guests were, Mr. Joe "Bobby" Fla. Dinner along with Mr. and Johnny and Hill. Leatherman, of Hager- the weekend Douglas Ring. at a patient in the Hospital. and Mrs. Patients in the Hospital. a hOnor of Miss Aug. 7, in the social room at the Mid- dleway U.M. Church. Games were played throughout the evening with p.rizes going to the winners. Those attending were: Janet Creamer, Hilda Creamer, Candi Creamer, Carrie Creamer, Carrie Donovan, Cathy Smallwood, .Rusty Croushorn. Beulah Ring, Sandy Gruberl Violet Ring, Wanda Ring, Virginia Ruble, Teresa Ring, Mary Carson, Vanny McDaniel and Trina, 5ackie and Monica Propst, Janna Taylor, Terri Ring , Pam, Donna and Kim, Dorothy Taylor and Rosalie Ring. Miss Taylor received many nice gifts and refreshments were served by the hostess. Congratulations to Mr. Rodney Ring and Miss Mara Taylor of Martinsburg who were united in marriage on Sunday, Aug. 13 at the Trinity Assembly of God,Church. . Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bush of Washington, D.C., were weekend visitors with Mrs. Louise Bradley. Tuesday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley, Sr., of Hidden River, were Mrs. Edith Jones of Martinsburg and Mrs. Naoma Barrow. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills and Renee. The Wizard Clipp Singles will meet on Thursday, Aug. 17 at Scollay Hall at 6:30 p.m. All singles are welcome.. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. James Cain were Mr. and Mrs. Carrot[ Bush from Mid- dietown, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James from the village. Visitors this past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring, Billy, Becky and Debbie, were Mrs. Katherine Cross, Miss Judy Frye, Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. Anna Gray, Mrs. Alice Pifer, Miss Vieky Pifer, Mrs. Kathy Burke, Mrs Core Jef- ferson, Mrs. Betty Smith from the village and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore and Jay from Koarneysville; Rev. and Mrs. Charles Frum of Summi[ Point; Mrs. Mary Heironimus and Lynn of Brucetown, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills and Renee attended the Hind- man reunion held on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mickey and family. Happy Birthday to Mrs. Anna Gray who celebrated her bir- thday on Aug. 15. Mrs. Carolyn Simpson and Matthew of Falls Church, Va., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Dora Feigley from Friday until Tuesday. On Sunday they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Feigley and family in Meorefield, W. Va. Callers this past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs Carroll Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. SERVICE rimming Trees, or I, Shrubbery, Care Today for FREE ESTIMATES )AH TREE SERVICE W.Va. - PHONE: 725-2306 AFTER 2 P. M. TOPPING ... BRACING CAVITY WORK... CABLING Kenneth Zombro and daughters from California; Mrs. Minnie Zombro from Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johnson from Martinsburg; Mrs. Terri LeHew, Mrs. James Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus, Mrs. Virginia Dunlap, Mrs. Katherine Nicely, Mrs. Marjorie Carper, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring, Mrs. Mary White from the village. Mrs. Johnson is recuperating at home after injuries to her back. Mrs. Max Dunn, Max, Jr., and Duane, honored their husband and father, Max, on Sunday at their home for his 35th birthday with a surprise party. Those helping Max to celebrate along with the family, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rury i of St. James Village, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Max Wine and daughter of Bridgewater, Vs.; Miss Maryann Davidson of Cuxhaven, Germany; Mrs. Rusty Shirley of Tuscawilla Hills; Mr. and Mrs. Keenon Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Sr., Mrs. Marjorie Car- per, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Alvarez and Alex, Mr. and Mrs. LesSer Hough, Mr. Grafton Liskey, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton McDonald and Chad and a niece, Mr. Carroll John- son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aikens and family. The afternoon was well spent enjoying the pool for swimming. The refreshments consisted of cake, chips, cookies, nuts, mints, ice cream, Pepsi and lemonade. Max received many nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Max Wine and daughter of Bridgewater, Vs., and Miss Maryann Davidson, of Cuxhaven, Germany, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunn and sons. Melissa will be spending the week with the Dunn's and return home next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, Anessa and Scott, returned home on Monday after spending two days in Lancaster, Pa., visiting many points of interest in the Amish Country. Then into Hershey, Pa., and visited : Hershey Park and the candy factory. From Hershey they drove to Harbeson, DeI., and spent the week with Mr. Friend's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Friend nd other relatives in the area. Mrs. Helen Mills, Tammy and Todd, of Blacksburg, Va., visited over the weekend with Mrs, Bertha Nicodemus and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicodemus and family Karen Nicodemus returned home after spending the past week with the Mills. Mr. George Gruber had the misfortune to be burned by an electric torch. He was treated at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital and released. CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 .__-_=_y_:::: ---_ _-'_ - This reporter wishes to comment on the slight error in covering the Trussell party last week which should have road, "The Trussell home was tastefully decorated .with ap- propriate floral arrangements etc." The item road, "The Trussell family was decorated etc." It would look rather comical for family to greet guests wearing formal floral arrangements on their heads, wouldn't it? Just an error n syntax - please forgive. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas White, Jr., their children Patrick, Jason and Ryan, all of Tuscawilla Hills, accompanied by Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. Evelyn Grant, her two sisters, Linda and Carolyn, all of Charles Town, have returned from a weeks vacation at Ocean City, Md. Two other out-of-town friends were also included in the group. Tickets are now available for wbenefitthe luncheon and style she at the Bavarian Inn, Travels Miles To Be Present At Grafton School Ceremonies A former Grafton School student, Bill Hubbard, surprised old friends and staff by arriving at the Grafton campus, outside of Berryville, Va., after having traveled all the way from Fairbanks, Alaska. Bill reported that he had flown from Fair- banks Alaska to Chicago, III., and hitch-hiked from Chicago to Berryville in order to be present for the ground-breaking and graduation ceremonies of his former school. Bill had spent the past few months camping, fishing and hiking through Alaska. "It was just something that I had always wanted to do", he reported. "I'm glad of my years at Grafton," he volunteered, "because it taught me to get along better with other kids and when I returned to my high school, I was able to maintain an 87 (B) average." Shephercistown, on Sept. 27. The event 'qs sponsored by the ChaHes Town Woman's Club with Mrs. John Lyter as chairman and moderator of the style show. Proceeds from the endeavor will be given to Jef- ferson County Fire Companies t aid in their program of training classes in life-saving techniques. Bill will be attending Fit- chburg State College in Massachusetts, this fall as a full time student. "It is great to see Berryville again", he stated, "and I'm especially happy to be here for the groundbreaking of the new building. It sure is n'eded." It is interesting that although Bill came the greatest distance, other former students came from Arlington, Manassas, Richmond, Lynchburg and Roanoke, Va.; as well as one student from Greenville, S. C., and one from Pennington, New Jersey. Headmaster, Robert W. Stieg, Jr., reported, "The vocations of the former students attending the ceremonies is certainly worth noting, ranging from shoemaker to sailor, from college student to realtor." (seed); 2 ts. whole cloves, in a hag; 2 ts. whole cinnamon, in bag. Grind all, use tumeris to color, cook until the cabbage is clear, remove bag, put in jars, paraffin and cover with a lid. Yield: 15 pints. This old third generation tried and true Pennsylvania Dutch chow chow type relish is a tasty This worthy cause warrants addition to home fried potatoes your support by purchase of a with a cold winter supper, good ticket at $6.00 from any club on hot dogs, and gives an added member. SWIMMING PARTY House guests enjoyed a swimming party last Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Falconer Smith, Ben Lea, Charles Town. Included in the get-together were Professor and Mrs. William C. Banta of American University and young Donald and Stephen Smith, both grandsons of the Smiths. The Smith swimming pool is unique in the fact that it is heated by solar energy - the first in this area. Mrs. Don G..H each, nee Margaret Heflebower, has returned to Charles Town after having been a resident of New Cumberland, Pa., for the past seven years. Margaret's friends will also remember her as Mrs. Joseph Cepelka. Her new ad- dress is 40 South Church St/eet, Charles Town. Mrs. Heneh's son Joseph Copelka, Jr., and wife, live on the Summit Point Road, Charles Town. Miss E. Diane O'Bannon, daughter of Jean Marshall O'Bannon, Tuseawilla Hills, recently accepted a position as a Registered Nurse at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. Miss O'Bannon will be working at West Hospital in the division of Complicated Labor and Delivery. Miss O'Bannon received her Associate of Science degree in nursing from Shenandoah College. Win. chester, Va., and has been employed by Winchester Memorial Hospital as charge nurse in the newborn nursery for the past 14 months. As part of her training in Richmond, she plans to obtain her Bachelor of Science in nursing at the Medical College of Virginia majoring in Perinatology, which includes prenatal care, delivery and post-natal care of both mother and infant. She intends to specialize in the care of the high-risk mother and sick infant. Well wishes go to Diane in her nursing career. TOMATO TIME My goodness, don't throw those green tomatoes away! Make India Relish. 1 pk. green tomatoes, grind and add I cup salt, let stand overnight, drain off brine; 1 large bead of cabbage, ground; 3 pints vinegar; 8 cups sugar; 3 red peppers; 3 greenpeppers; 6 onions; 2 ts. celery seed added to pickle; 2 ts. mustard, in pickle Case Included SALE s239.95 AUGUST SALE... Silver Reed Seiko Electric Portable Typewriter Model 8700 REGULAR $289.95 FEATURES: Electric Carriage Return 13" Carriage; Correcting /z space KEY gET TABULATOR... Repeat Other giver Sere PerseUs Typewriter frm 55L$0 To Ckoes, From Chapman'! OWs Business Service ] Tvnewdter27.. Co. E.Washington St.' . Braddock St. Charles Town, W.Va, Winchester, Va. zest to tossed salads. Thanks Ann Evans, for the suggestion to publish my above recipe. Carolyn Salsona left August 8 to join her husband Jerry at Laokland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, where Jerry graduated from the Air Force Officers Training School on Tuesday, AUg. 15. Mr. Salsona's parents, Loretta and Jerry, Sleepy Hollow Estates, also later joined their son for gradufllqon and festivities which included an awards banquet on Sundy and I I dining out on Monday. Last Tuesday night Mrs. Council. Raymond Doyle, High Street, Of the eight requests made, and Mrs. Edgar Smoot, S. only one was approved...a Samuel Street, attended and $90,000 grant for water and enjoyed the opening per- sewer development at Jefferson formance of H. M. F. Pinafore County's industrial park at operetta at the Maryland Bardane. Theatre, .Hagerstown, Md. Joan Instead of asking that new and Biddy report having applications be made for funds especially enjoyed the this year, the governor's office production as Barbara Stenger, will simply review last year's Shepherdstown, appeared as rejected applications. Josephine, the leading role. Hawvermale said the 1979 Mr. and Mrs. John Lyter, II, grants are expected to be an-: Blakeley Place, have returned: nounced within the next two l from visiting over the past months, or prior to the weekend with Mr. Lyter's son, November 7 general election. John Lyter, III, in Carlisle, Pa. Eastern Panhandle projects Mr. and Mrs. Archie Smith still pending include: Brooke Street, rturned las Construction of a community Saturday from visiting Marge' center and street improvements family, all in West Virginia. in the town of Bolivar; They spent a week in Spanish- Construction of a package i burg with her mother, Mrs. treatment plant at the new Page- [Ethel Farley, then on to South Jackson Solar School in Jef- Charleston to see her sister, Mr. ferson County ; and Mrs. Edward Cook and Completion of the Shepherd- family, after which they spent stown sewer project. some time with her brother, Bob Water, sewer and street ira- Farley and family in Charleston. provements in Berkeley While in Charleston they toured County's Windewald neigh- the State Capitol & the Museum borhood. of Fine Arts where they enjoyed Replacement of the John seeing the exhibit of West Street bridge and an engineering Virginia crafts and historical study for a new water system at memorabilia.  the airport in Martinsburg. Chris and David, 9-year-old Completion of a water ira- twins of Mrs. Roger Johnson, provement project in Berkeley nee Martha Seibert, Bedford, Springs. Vs., spent last week visiting Completion of a park in Paw their grandparents, Mr. and Paw. Mrs. William C. Seibert, South Church Street. Last Sunday they all spent the day in Hershey, Pa., and attended the Seibert reunion with 120 kith and kin. PROFIT RAISING EARTHWORMS Can You Answer "YES" to These QueshoTs  I Do smu like ra,s* hvesh.'k 2 DO  wanl a bUSSS (4 )t)t t',wn s 4 DO yOU  a :k t/ard ,. n)he, 'P Panhandle Requests To Get IReconsideration Eastern Panhandle grant requests made last Spring to the Governor's Partnership Grant program will be reconsidered this Fall by Governor Jay Rockefeller, according to word received by Richard Hawver- male, director of the Region 9 Planning and Development L -- PERHAPS YOU CAN BECOME A wORM GROwer! IF ACCEPTED AS A PRODUCER WE OFFER * Prolessional Guidance * Markehng Service * Exchange Membership * Complele Supplies ACT TODAY! SEND FOR YOUR FREE BROCHURE!  mIra, e, address, pone, dcm ripton of la( i|hies to: elS "A" 81EET liMYMNA. TENNESSEE 37117 e (61S) 2S4"7327 I IIIII I I FIREPLACE Leas {CUT to ORDER) .... _ I NOW ONLY! s40 PorHCor- $7500 Perord delivered CALl.: 725. 8772 SERVICES FOR TRINITY EPISCOPAL IN SHEPHERDSTOWN Rev. WIn. Kieldsing an- nounces t following seffivices: Fourteenth Sunday after ATTENTION FARMER'S The New FARMER'S MARKET (NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT) located on U.S, Route $40, lust East of Charles Town next to the Sportsmen's Motel Lodge Wants your peaches and apples, corn, tomatoes, and other fruits and vegetables for Marketing. We Buy From You For Re-sale to the Public. Call us at 725- 8111 OPEN SEVEN DAYS WEEKLY If You Have Fruits, And Or, Vegetables You Want Sold, just give us a call NEW FARMER'S MARKET 9 // i Pentecost. 8 a.m., Holy Eucharist: Rite Two; 10 a.m., Holy Eucharist: Rite One; 11 a.m., fellowship and refresh- ments. Wean, latbdl, Propps Attended Centu00j 21 Meet Donald R. Wean, Broker, Joan F. Propps and Darlene E. Luttrell, branch managers of Century 21, Security House, Inc., in Ranson and Martinsburg, whose offices recently affiliated with Century 21, joined 250 other Century 21 affiliated brokers, owners and managers at a Century 21 New Broker Management Academy at the South Coast Plaza Hotel in Costa Mesa, Calif., on July 17-21. The week-long seminar was an educational academy designed to introduce the new Century 21 affiliated brokers and managers to all the advanced marketing tools and systems that Century 21 offers to help brokers and salespeople better serve their client's needs. The orientation is the first in a series of con- centrated management seminars and workshops Cen- tury provides to increase ef- fective management growth. Wean, Pro pps and Luttrell joined the otr attendees for a tour of Century 21 International Headquarters jn Irvine, Calif., where the attendees were in- troduced to the executive staff which monitors, develops and implements new programs to aid the brokers and salespeople to better serve their client's needs. Intensive workshops covering each area in the successful operation of a real estate office were held throughout the week. Wean, Propps and Luttrell were )resented with certificates of course completion following the seminar. 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