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CT SUN RAYS -- Shown above are some of the rows of energy -rs and reflectors located on the roof of the new Page-Jackson ntary School, located several miles west of Charles Town along U.S. ! 340. These metal collectors and reflectors will harness the heat from the :lff 0r e in heating water which will circulate in pipes from in and out of i Storage tanks, thus providing cooling for the structure 9n warm da s i ., t during the cold and winter months. This picture shows exactly what ts who visit this new school will see from an observation tower which has ,Yikt 0nstructed atop the roof of the new school. (Photo by Jim Tabb) I OF LARGE CLASSROOMS IN SCHOOL'-- Shown above is a picture of [the large, well lighted and solar heated and cooled classrooms in the !age-Jackson Elementary School, located just off U.S. Route 340, just Charles Town. It will be into such classrooms as this one that the some tlients of kindergarten through the third grade, will go on Tuesday, ber 5, when the new all-modern solar heated and cooled elementary is opened for the first time. While most of the rooms are set up to handle kstudents, they are lorge enough.that additional desks and chairs may -m as the school;s enrollment increases. (Photo by Jim Tabb) G PANEL AT PAGE-JACKSON -- Shown in the above picture Strange: looking and complicated monitoring panel for the new solar SYstem which has been installed in the new Page-Jackson Elementary the first of its kind to be constructed in West Virginia and this area. q is located in the large and spacious library section of the school, and rdy lets both School Principal Jim Ritchey, shown at the panel, but s at the Federal Energy Research Development monitoring station in a, know at all times, what and how, the solar heating and cooling Itis doing School custodian Phillip Wiley has also been instructed in the on. f the'solar energy operations at the schoo!, and it will be to a major !, his job to keep" an eye on what the system IS doing. The new school, :it more than $2-million dollars to build, is located on some 12 acres of ?mst off U.S. Route 340, several miles west of Charles Town. (Photo by NOTES .admitted to the i ; niorial Hospital i. ugh 13, included: armstrong, Charles i llivan, Shepherd- oas, Kearneysville.  udon, Bakerton. : lteneley, Kear- , Ranson. Charles l%itts, Charles Kear- Millville. Harpers Charles Town. Harpers Winchester, eton, Ranson. , Charles Town.  nson. Jeanet/fe Brown, Charles Town. Miquel Garcia, Charles Town Wilbert Smith, Kearneysville. Andrea Harris, Ranson. Ernest Benner, Charles Town. Eva Viands, Kearneysville. Elaine White, Harpers Ferry. Constance Yagel, Harpers Ferry. Evelyn Griffith, Charles Town. Nelson Nichols, Shenandoah Junction. William Smith, Charles Town. JoAnne Hudson, Charles Town. Anna Hinkle, Charles Town. Leona Brown, Rippon. Marjorie Roberts, Harpers- Ferry. Ronald Wolford, Kear- neysville. Sadie Nelson, Harpers Ferry: Michael Longerheam, Har- pers Ferry. Bernetta Frye, Martinsburgl Alvin Manuel, HarpersFerry. Kathryn Van Ormer, Charles Town. John Webber, Charles Town. Bernadette Speas, Ranson. Doncella Higgs, Frederick, Md. Bates Watson, Kearneysville. Kenneth Clem, Kearneysville. Mary Frye, Charles Town. Mary Avery, Lansing, Ohio. Glenda O'Brien, Charles Town. Marjorie Wilt, Harpers Ferry. Vickie Carter, Knoxville, Md. Joyce Yates, Charles Town. Deborah McDonald, Charles i Town. Ellery Fowler, Harpers Ferry. Willie Everhart, Harpers Ferry. Floyd Bailey, Charles Town. William Rinker, Harpers Ferry. Paula Thompson, Charles Town. Sandra Penwell, Harpers Ferry. Herbert Moorman, Kentland, Md. Paul Plotner, Summit Point. Melissa James, Charles Town. Bertha Manuel, Harpers Ferry. George Ford, Charles Town. Betty Dean, Koarneysville. Deborah Darr, Ranson. Pearl Long, Gerrardstown. Shirley Sharp, Ranson. Philomena Arena, Astoria, N.Y. Margaret Seal, Charles Town. Janice Carper, Ranson. PRESENTED IOO-PERCENT AWARD BY LIONS The above picture shows Past-President Daryl Johnson, of the Charles Town Lions Club, right, being presented the 100-percent president's award by newly elected Lions President Chester P. Foley. The presentation was made at the weekly dinner meeting of the Lions Tuesday evening. (Photo by Errol Leslie) Joyce Jones, Millvilie. Thelma Miller, Charles Town. Ruth Pierce, Charles Town. Christopher Boyd, Summit Point. Vernon Couser, Harpers Ferry. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harder, Ranson, a daughter born Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones, Knoxville, Md., a son born Aug. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Holler, Ranson, a son born Aug. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wahl, Charles Town, a son born Aug. 11, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bogle, Harpers Ferry, a daughter born Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ash- baugh, Harpers Ferry, a daughter born Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thomas, Ranson, a son born Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. William John- son, Frederick, Md., a daughter born Aug. 13. PERSONALS Rev. George W. Shirley'of Baton Rouge, La., is visiting his sister, Mrs. Craighton Tabb, at her home on South Samuel Street. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt, Rt. 2, Mrs. Pat Fincham-is General Chairman of the group of ladies who comprise the committee. Mrs. Fincham said that the organization anticipates no profit -- that each individual display retains all its proceeds. Those wishing to have a booth should contact the chairman for advance registrations, Mrs. Ramona Linton at 876-2633 or visit the Serendipity at 150 E. German Street. Mrs. Linton says that because space is limited, reservation should be made in August. SERVICES FOR C. T, METHODISTS Rev. Marcus Earp, Ill, an- nounces the following services: Sunday, 8:30 and 11 a.m., Worship Services, sermon: "How Are Yon Doing?", speaker is Rev. Robert Hiller. Broadcast Sunday; 6:30 p.m., Jr. High Fellowship; 7 p.m., prayer and praise feUowshi p in Education Building. Monday, 7:30 p.m., Committee on Education. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m:, Com- mittee on Finance; 7:30-9 p.m., Senior High MYF. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Bible Study; 8 p.m., Senior choir. Thursday, 7 p.m., Rainbow Girls. Saturday, 9:30 a.m., Youth Leaders Training Event spon- sored Cooperative Parish. Charles Town, were Mr. andlFun d Raising Mrs. , Ft'anklin ,'Angelo, : Springfield, Va.; Mr. and Mrs.iA Auction At: I William Wilt, Mrs. Hazel " Viands, Mrs. Sharon Corbin, Mr. Glen Ott' Mr' and Mrs" Rbert 101d OperaHousel Ott, Rev. Frank Mentzer, Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and daughter, Mrs. Malcoma Talton, Mr. John Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Donivan and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer LaRue, daughter Connie and son Lonnie and a friend, Mr. Paul Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd. McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dupuy and son, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Lancaster, Mrs. Alma Hardy, Mrs. Helen Painter and Mrs. Margaret Hostler. Mrs. Charles Lynch, Hollywood, Ela., visited her sister, Mrs. W. P. C. Perry, at her home on South Samuel Street. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell Hunt and son of Texas, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley M. Hunt, South Samuel Street. Mrs. Antoinette Lochbaum and daughter Michele, recently returned from a temday vacation in Hawaii. Mrs. John Packer, Pittsburgh Pa., recently visited her sister, Miss Ruth Phillips, South Samuel Street. Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Wilt and son, Garnett, Jr., of Haebrough, Heights, N.J., spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Annie Wilt, near town. Other visitors were Mrs. Mabel Kronk of Blue Ridge Acres and Mrs. Verylis Peer of Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heiskell of Blacksburg, Va., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Harry B. Langdon, at her home on South Samuel Street. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Hehle former residents of Charle., Town and owners and operators of Jeffersonian Manor, and Hehle's Tastee-Freeze, but now residents of Mesa, Arizona arrived recently in their motor home and camping at K.O.A Kampgrounds, near Harpers Ferry. They visited [n South Carolina and are going to New York before returning to Arizona. SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen Dial 87e.672 Plans are now being made for the second annual Christmas in September Festival which is being held in the War Memorial Building in Shepberdstown on September 16 and 17. Hours on the 16th will he from 10 a,m. to 9 p.m. and on the 17th from 12 noon to  p.m. The Collier Art Corporation, based ,in Los Angeles, will present a fund raising art auction at the Old Opera House in Charles Town Sunday, Aug. 20. Beginning at 6:30 p(m. a wine and cheese reception will be held in the Tommy James Workshop providing a chance to meet friends, relax and view some of the art pieces and discuss them with a knowledgeable auc- tioneer. Each guest will be given a ticket for a chance to win a valuable piece of art to be given away at the end of the evening, donated by Collier Art Corp. After the reception, the auction itself, begins at 8 p.m. in the auditorium. Starting bids are usually one fourth to one haU or even more below the com- pariable retail gallery values at representative American galleries. The art consists of beautifully custom-framed water-colors and a broad spectrum of signedand numbered original lithographs, serigraphs, etchings, woodcuts, and collographs by such artists as Chagall, Miro, Picasso, Dali, Calder, Buffett, Touault Neiman, Memguym, Kambert, Amen, Masson, and Deberdy. There also will be works of many other internationally known artists plus pieces from exciting new talents. The Collier Art Corp. is the largest special fund-raising gallery inthe nation. They have had such special events for the American Cancer Society, Lions Clubs, Kiwanis Clubs, and military institutions. If you have not received an invitation and are interested in attending, please call theOld Opera House, 725-4420. A $2.00 donation will be taken at the door. 0dentation To Be Held For Sophomores Orientation will be held on Wednesday, August 23, at Je[. ferson High School for all new student -- this includes all sophomores and transfer students. Two sessions will be held -- one at .9-9:30 in th 'morning and one at lp.m, that afternoon. Sophomores ill receive their schedules at this time and the bookstore will be open to purchase their books. All sophomores are urged to attend one of the orientation sessions, SPIRITOFJEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 15 THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1978 Class 1953 Has 25th Reunion On June 24, the Charles Town High School Class of 1953 held its 25th reunion at the Cliffside Motel at Harpers Ferry. The attendees had as their guests a former'teacher and athletic coach, Harold "Zip" Lorenz, and Mrs. Lorenz. Twenty graduates from a class of fifty-five attended and enjoyed a social hour, dinner and dancing. Bob Kershner, president of the class, introduced guests and presented a summary of activities. Graduates .came from Connecticut. Delaware, Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia. Memorialied was the classes' one deceased member, Reginald Feltner. A book was'given the Jef- ferson High School Library. The class will hold its 30th reunion in 1983. Those in attendance, above left to right, were: first row -- Marvin Jackson, Bob Kershner, James Longerbeam, Richard Swartz, Flood Coffman, Jean "Love" Bartlett, Jimmy Keiter, Robert Price, Edward Boyd, Nancy "Triggs" Billmyer, Arlene "Staubs" Ware, Graham Bullock. Back row -- Glendwell Lloyd, Jack Leslie, Dorothy "Edwards" Gardner, Charlotte "Shifflett" Roberts, Nancy "VanMeter" Boozer, Buddy Link, Harold Lorenz and Randy Anders. Photography Contest Being Conducted The Maryland Society for Crippled Children and Adults, headquartered at 901 Dewey Avenue, Hagerstown, Md., is sponsoring a photography contest. Entries will be accepted in two categories, black and white, and black and white photographs taken by persons under 16 years of age. Each contestant may submit up to three entries. The entry fee is $1. Full details on the contest may be obtained by the society in Hagerstown, or by calling Peggy Shobe Czechanski at 301-797- 4500. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 The Baptist Church in] Berryville, Va., provided the] setting for the wedding of Miss [ Brenda Lafayette and Roger Campbell on Tuesday, JUly 11, at 2:30 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Lafayette and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Campbell of Franklintown. The bride appeared in a long white and yellow gown of softly- flowing polyester knit and cotton. Miss Ann Campbell, sister of the groom, served as bridesmaid. She wore a long blue gown of polyester knit. The couple is residing in Franldintown. Among the out-of-town guests who attended the Wickliffe Church Service on Sunday and dinner on the lawn. were Miss Lucille Smith of Berryville, Va.; her brother-in-law, Mr. John Castleman of Blacksburg, Va.; his daughter. Mrs. Vernon Duddley, his granddaughter, Mrs. Lee Leslie of Charleston W. Va.; his son, Rolfe Castleman of Frederick, Md.; his nephew, John Castleman of Frederick, Md., and Miss Ella Smith of Winchester, Va. Carroll Williams was among those who took the bus tour from the Tri-State Baptist Church to Hershey Park on Saturday. Mrs. Elwood Tumblin and son were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Penwdl and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo attended a picnic held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ceravalo on Sunday. Mrs. Fred Pope accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Austin Nicodemus to Brucetown, Va., on Sunday. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bart Gilbert and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Shutts of Clearbroek, Vs.; Mrs. Robert Housden and daughters, of Arlington, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and sons of Shenandoah Junction, and Mrs. Louise Seiners and daughter of Ranson, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breedon. Miss Chris Housden of Arlingten, is spending a week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Broaden. -Miss Theresa Williams assisted her great-grandmother, Mrs. James Fritts, in preparing a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Fritts' husband James. Mrs. Fritts has been under the doctor's care recently. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Poston spent from Thursday till Buny camping at the Shenandoah River. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel of Lutherville, Md., and Mrs. Hetzel's sister-in-law, Mrs. William Miller of Butler, Pa., were Saturday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman of Mt. Mission, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Fi'itts. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Madagan of Winchester, Va., were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Poston. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lake of Winchester, Va., were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicedemus. Congratulations to Mrs. Audrey Whittington. Mrs. Barbara Williams, Mr. Bill Coates and Mr. James Fritts on observing their respective birth- days. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 7-7777 EXT. HOMEMAKERS TO MEET The Summit Point Extension Homemakers Club met Thurs- day at the home of Mrs. Howard Fellers with 13 mem- bers and three guests present. The meeting was called to order by the president and was opened with devotions led by Mrs. Linda Burch. At their conclusion the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and a report was made by the treasurer. Committee reports for the past year were completed by the chairmen and the president called attention to several up- coming events, asking for volunteers to assist at the Jef- ferson County Fair and with the annual Camp Frame dinner. Meeting dates were announced for the committees in charge d the educational exhibit at the fair and the Quilt Show to be held at the White Church on Sept. 23. Following the business meeting, Mrs. Michael DeIColle presented a program on West Virginia, highlighting several not too well known, but in- teresting areas. The evening's program was concluded with members displaying articles from the past .A social hour followed ad- journment during which a quiz was won by Mrs. John Magaha and refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by her co- hostess, Mrs. Linda Burch.The September meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Magaha at which.time final plans for the quilt show and the covered dish supper for the members and their families will be made. T-Sgt. and Mrs. William Ware and sons of Cheyenne, Wyo., are guests of the former's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and daughter, and are visiting also with other relatives in the area. T-Sgt. Ware is stationed with the U.S. Air Force The Ray. and Mrs. Jerry Turner and sons of Alexandria, Va., and the latter's aunt, Miss Hester Rowland of Winchester, Va., were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Clifford Rowland. On Saturday, Mrs. Rowland visited with her mother, Mrs. Bonn Crim, at the Jeffer'nian Manor. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence DeHaven and son spent Thurs. day attending" the Hagerstown Fair. The Rev. Clarence Menear of TurmeltOn, W, Va., was an overnight guest Saturday at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glasstord and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons spent Wednesday with the Rev. and Mrs. Glen Stevens and sons at their home in Fork, i Md. i Danny Mills and Michael Gore participated in the tennis tournament held Thursday at the St. James Tennis Club in St James, Md. On Sunday Danny attended the Hineman reunion held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mickey and family. FAMILY GATHERING Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light entertained at a family '. gathering and buffet luncheon at their home on Sunday. Those )resent were Mrs. Light's brothers and sisters-in-law, T- Sgt. and Mrs. William Ware and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ware, Jr., and family of Millsboro, Del.; her brotbers-in- law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps, their son and daughter and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Donald Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welty and.family arid Mrs. Light's mother. Mrs. Emma Ware, all of Waynesboro, Pa.; her father, Mr. Howard Ware, Sr., and her aunts and uncles. Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ware, Mrs. Margaret Lemaster and her daughter, Mrs. Charles Niceley and familY and Mrs. Ruth Owens. all of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs, Robert Light, Jr.. Linda Light and Lisa Jackson of Summit Point. This was the first time that all the family had been together in more than seven years. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oft and daughter of Kearneysville, were visitors Sunday at the home of the latter's parents, Mr, and Mrs, Edward McKee, Sr. Mark Rudolph was among the guests attending a party held on Saturday and given by David - Ramsburg at his home. On Sunday Mark attended a sur- prise birthday party honoring Miss Julie Gore, given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Gore at their home. Miss Karen Stamey was a guest over the weekend at the home of Miss Debby Alkire at her home in Avon Bend near ! Kabletown. Miss Nicole Nohrega returned home last Tuesday from Berryviile, Va., where she had spent the past few days visiting :: with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Nobrega. Mrs. Wallace Snyder and daughter, Mrs. Sue Carper of Alexandria, Va.. were guests Wednesday at Shenstone, home of the former's brother-in-law  and sister-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder. Mrs. Mollie Nobrega spent the past weekend visiting at the  home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford. Dougie Stamey was an overnight guest on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernes( Rudolph.. II  I I THE NEW FARMER'S MARKET located on U.S. Route $40 east of :Charlea Town next to Spor- tsman's Motel Has FUll[ COUNTII HAMS for picnics and Side Meat. OPEN SEVEN DAYS WEEKLY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT