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1 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1978 Charles Town High Class Of '68 Holds Reunion The 1968 graduating class of Charles Town High School held its ten year reunion on Saturday, July 22, at Cliffside Motor Inn. The speaker for the evening was Mrs. James Snyder. Members of the class who attended were, left to right, first row: Mamie Whittington, Linden aden, Vicki Rudacille, Doris Loudan, Mary Master, Kay Brady, Roma Henry, Diane Alvarez, Eddy Seal. Second row: James Whittington, Phil aden, Beppi Willingham, Fran Upright, Linda Cunningham, Linda Karns, Charlotte Buchanan, Diane Creamer, Althea Rutherford, Jeneane Webster, Nancy Lutz. Third row: Marsha Oat, Frankie Snyder, Paul Togans, Paul Johnson, Mary Paul Rissler, Pattie Hume, Karen Marcus, Dewey Perks, Debbie Mather, Jack Rickel, Steve Evans. Fourth row: Glenn Bradley, Dale Manuel, George Ware, Robert Buchanan, George Tabb, Nelson Wilt, Jonathan Burns, J. T. Kitchen, and Danny Athey. (Photo by Jim Tabb) Two Courses To Be Offered In Teaching Handicapped Child This Fall the Division of Education at Shepherd College I will sponsor two courses off- campus designed to prepare educational personnel and i parents involved in regula I classroom instruction of the handicapped child. Beginning Thursday, Aug. 24, the course, Methods and Materials for Teaching Language Arts to the Han- dicapped will meet weekly at 6 p.m. at James Rumsey Center. The Needs and Characteristics of the Handicapped Child will be taught at 6 p.m., each Tuesday evening beginning August 29 at MEANS TO0! apply MASONRY PAINT Beautifies Stops water Seals water out. Adds color All in one easy operation Valley Hardware Co. DIAL 725-5113 CHARLES TOWN, W. Va. Charles Town Junior High School. Open to any community resident, these courses will be of special interest to teachers, aides, administrators, and parents who are required to comply with public law 94-142. Instructor for the course Methods and Materials for Teaching Language Arts to Handicapped Children is Assistant Professor of Education, Donna Griggs. "When the student has com- pleted this three credit course he or she will be able to increase the reading, writing, and spelling skills of the child who is having exceptional difficulty in language arts," says Dr. Griggs, who holds her doctorate in curriculum and instruction in special education. "Students in this course will be involved," she continues, "in developing classroom skills. The entire Lcourse is practical application which the student will be able to use in assisting children to cope with the exceptionalities in the regular classroom." Throughout the semester Dr. Griggs and her students will be developing corrective com- munication skills including: writing techniques, spelling techniquesand reading techniques. L_L__ILL- __ E:__ __-7 -_-- _: -:_- .__ KABLETOWN Mrs. Marianna Smaliwood Dial 725-5707 .)lmNmmml The Kabletown Extension Homemakers Club meets Thursday at 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 17 at the home of Mrs. George Heidrich. Alvin and Roxanna Jenkins. their children, A.J. and Amy, joined her brother and sister-in. law, Daniel and Carol Ann Clipp, their children, Danny and NOTICE TO JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS: HELP SUPPORT YOUR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS I II I IIII I I I DO YOU KNOW... That all the Fire Departments in Jefferson County are STRICTLY Volunteer? How many hours these volunteers spend away from their families, friends and jobs when your need arises for their services? How many hours they spend training, cleaning and maintaining stations and equipment, administrative work, public relations, etc.? How much it costs to replace a piece of fire or rescue equipment? These are just a few of the questions about your Fire Depar- tment that you may not know the answers to. So why don't you visit your local station, donate generously and find out the answers to the above questions for yourself? JEFFERSON COUNTY VOLUNTEER FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE......... 24 hours a day Citizens Fire Company Independent Fire Company Friendship Fire Company Shepherdstown Fire Company Blue Ridge Mountain Fire Unit Wendy, of Berryville, on their vacation, which was spent at Nags Head, N.C. They enjoyed successful fishing as well as other beach activities. They experienced the water spout which blew in from the ocean causing a terrifying time and some damage. A letter from Mr. George W. Howell of Williamsport, Md., contained the following in- teresting facts concerning his ancestors: He and his brother, Benjamin F. Howell recently spent several hours on the Mt. Gillian Farm now owned by the Burns family. They took a marker to the grave of their aunt, Anne Eliza Goen, who was. their mother's sister and the daughter of Charles H. and Victoria Roper Goen. Also buried there are. their great great - grandfather and their great-grandfather respectively, Nicholas Roper who immigrated from Suffolk County, England, and James Roper. Their aunt, Anne E. Goen, died at the age of 17 years in 1893 and 85 years later, a marker was placed in her memory. Debbie Haines, our local equestrienne, returned from the Maryland and Pennsylvania Circuit Show with the following awaTds -- ribbons in Western Pleasures, a first in All Day Western, first in Trail Class. She was awarded Grand Champion Western Pleasure Horse Ribbon and silver cup. Ribbons in speed events were -- second -- Barrels and 3rd -- Flag Race. She will be going to Lewisburg, Aug. 17, 18 and 19, to show her horses there at the West Virginia State Fair. Good luck Debbie! Nine members and two guests of the Kabletown Ladies Aid Society greatly enjoyed the evening Wednesday at Cliffside Restaurant where they met for their annual dutch treat dinner. Those attending were Marie Sowers, Margaret Ware, Mavis Penwell, Virginia McDonald, Francis Penweil, Kitty Hughes, Bertie Carroll, Barbara Har- shman and Marianna Smallwood. Miss Susan Wall and Mrs. Mary Ann Griffith were guests. Miss Lana Seward of Alexandria, Va., is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Seward of Avon Hill. Fishermen recently caught a 13 lb. eel in the Long Marsh Creek. Central Charge Vacation Bible School closed Thursday with a weiner roast complete with ice cream, cookies and punch. This was followed by a delightful program which was enjoyed by a number of parents and friends. Fifty-two children were enrolled with 14 teachers and assistances during the session. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly and children of Lucketts, Va., were recent visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs] Paul Rowland. The Kabletown Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday; Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bertie Carroll, Rippen. Friday afternoon, Mrs. Thomas Wolford was a caller with her aunt, Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. She was enroute to her home in Westminster, Md., after having attended the funeral of Mr. Carl Weist, Gerrardstown, a friend of the family. The descendants of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Johnson met Saturday at the home of their youngest son, Reinbart, and Mary Margaret Johnson, of Front Royal, Va., where a most enjoyable afternoon was spent relatives and friends in- their daughters, Jacque and friend, Thomas. Marlowe and Chgri and husband. Phil Noland of Altoona, Pa., Grace Johnson and sister, Mabel Harrison, Clark and Dorothy Furr and granddaughter, Rachael. of Charles Town; Janice Bosley, of Finksburg, Md.; Marianna Smallwood, local; Homer Kees and sister, Blanche Parkinson, Gerrard- stown; Barbara and Tom Wolford. their daughter Laura and friend, Mrs. Carol Thomp- son and her daughter, Sandra Fay and Stuart, of Westminster, Md.; Douglass and Leonard Ruble and son, Phil, of Hor- sehead, N.Y.; Beulah J. and Grady Owens of Summit Point. We were sorry other members were absent. The Rissler girls, Jane and Susan and family were assisting their sister Pat, with her moving. A decision was made to hold next years picnic at Jefferson County War Memorial Park. Mrs. Lloyd Harshman, Smith Road, was honored on Sunday, Aug. 6, when her son Lloyd, Jr., "Skip", and his aunt, Mrs. Patricia Russo, of Baltimore, entertained the following at a surprise birthday dinner. Mr. Lloyd Harshman, Sr., daughters Linda and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. George Bell, Mrs. Mary Richards and children, Jackie and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Summers, of New Market; Mrs. Ellen WhiRington and children, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rainey and daughter of Rockville, Md.; Mrs. Lewis Carroll, Mrs. Shirley Jones and daughter of Ranson. This was a very enjoyable oc- casion. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown and several members of her family of Temple Hills; Md., were callers on former friend in , village on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cloud, Mrs. Oral Hughes and Miss Margaret Ware, attended the annual Wicidiffe Church Ser- vices on Sunday. Mrs. Hughes later entertained to dinner her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Kanode, their son Johnny, of Boyce; Miss Ware and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. On Saturday, Aug. 5, funeral services were held at 11 a.m. in the Singleton Funeral Home, Glen Burnie, Md., for Mrs. Catherine Pauline "Penwell" Morris, the wife of Elmer J. Morris. She was the daughter of Mrs. James Fritts and the late Mr. Fonrose Penwell. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Fritts, Rippen; two brothers, Baker Penwell, Rippon and Wager Penwell, Charles Town, and a sister, Mrs. Gladys Hillman, Harpers three daughters, and Ethel and a She is also grandchildren grandchildren. Mr. Baker Penwell relatives to Modesty is only skin deep. Think school, think JCPenney. 20%off ENTIRE LINE OF JUNIORSWEATERS Soft, Fuzzy Acrylics with new Romantic Details. Reg. $17.00 SaleS13.60 Cotton/poly velour pullovers with rib knit trim. Reg. $18 Sale 14.40 OTHER STYLES Reg. $13.00 to $30.00 Sale $10.40 to $24.00 20% off Plain Pockets: Sal, 7.99 to 9.60 Reg. $10 to $12. Plain Pockets TM western jeans for men. Flare and straight leg styles in cotton/polyester denims and cords. Prewashed denims, too. In young men's and mature men's sizes. As seen on TV. ! 20% o. 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