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August 18, 1983

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4-H Members Prepare For County Fair was the scene last year at the Jefferson County Fair these 4-H club members enjoyed "dressing" a lamb in the dressing contest. There'll be more of the same, plus lots club activity, at this year's fair, August 29 through Sop- 3 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. INCLUDES CRAB SOl P time of year again-for hun- 4-H'ers with beef, sheep, swine, 4-H club members and 4-Hhorse, goat and dairy cattle projects gear up for the annual Jef- will bring their animals to the County Fair August Fairgrounds on Tuesday, August 30 3. between 8:00 am. and 12:00 noon. members of Jeffeson Coun- The entire week is full of events for theirjmanyexhibits 4-H members to participate in, in- located three miles cludiug livestock and diary judges, on the Leetown tractor driving c~, calf scrambles Monday, August 29, between and the Miss Jeffers~ County Fair |~mon and 8:00 p.m. Exhibits will Contest. wide variety of items cam- The Jefferson County 4-H Leaders' ! for 4-H projects such as clothing Assoclatioo, trader the leadership of 4-H food preparation, food leader Phyllis Grantham will also be animal science, tractor, busy all week at the "4-H Hot Dog conservation, Stand." entomology, recreation, Each 4-H club is also resFeemble for photography, bicycle placing an educational exhibit in the a~any more. 4-H Department to "tell the 4-H story." 4-H Club member has previous- Each blue ribbon club exhibit will 4-H project record book receive a $I0.00 cash award presented record. The ribbon they by the Jefferson County Farm Bureau. county fair is a combina- [the! book, activity record, Each exhibit is ! With others. GIRL SCCKITS WATER CONDITIONING SALT PRODUCTS Beads Ibs. Beads. Fighter Beads Ibs. fine Blocks Coarse Solar Salt :4 IS Washington & Princess Streets Shepherdstown, W. Va. Phone: 876-6900 or 876-2600 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, AUGUST 181 1983 mmm--mmmmmmmmm,-- Grove, Betty Higgs and daughters Kim CHESTNUT HILL and Dena Patsy Everhart auth Manuel and grandson Michael were visitors Tuesday of Nettle Staul~. Dial 725-8608 Sue west and daughter Destiny were mmmmmmmmmmmm--:m~ visitors on Sunday of Bill and Eva Dinner guests on Saturday o(George Longerbeam, and Sad Taltnn and daughter Roxanne were Clayton Talton of Long Island, New York, Charles and Gloria Talton, Malcmna Talton of Knoxville, Md Dennis and Cindy Crawford and son Denny, Randy Talton and daughter Brandy and Carol Johnson. A later caller was Doc Garrett. Cake and ice cream were served to help Seal ceietrate her birthday. Happy birthday Sad may you have many, many more. and Sad Talt and daughter Roxanne were visitors on Thursday of Bill and Laverne Dunn of Walnut Grove, and on Wednesday of Dennis and Cindy Crawford and son Denny of Mfllvflle. Happy birthday wishes go to Jeff Grove who celebrated his birthday on Wednesday Aug. 10 with dinner at the Golden Corral along with wife Donna, and parents Jerry and Elaine Grove. George and Sad Talton and daughter Roxanne were visitors on Sunday of Melvin and Ida Piper and daughter Patricla. Visitors on ~y of Jeff and Don- na Grove and daughter Jill were Pam Smith, Susan Barker of Lovettsville, Va. Lester and Pauline Wilt, they all onjoyed cake and ice cream together to help celebrate Jeff's birthday. Elaine Grove, and Pauline Wfit were shoppers on Wednesday in Winchester. Jerry and Elaine Grove attended the Ox Roast on Saturday held at the Loetown Fairgrounds. Jeff and Donna Grove and daughter Jill were dinner guests on Sunday of Jerry and Elaine Grove. David Bri4ggs is spending two weeks of vacation with his dad Jerry Briggs of Laurel, Md. A cookout was held on the Shenan- doeh River Banks on Sunday attending were Chuck and Ellen Wilt and daughter Vickey, Estol and Delores Wilt, Billy and Wanda Jackson and children Mitchell, Teresa and Denise, Gayla and Nancy Wilt, Frances Smallwood, David Lnngerbeam, Todd Wilt and son Todd. Visitors on Stmday of Rachel Grove, Nancy Grove and daughter Missy and Kay Grove were Jerry and Elaine Happy anniversary and best wishes go to my parents Dearl and Genevieve Grove, who celebrated their 39th wed- din.g anniversary Sunday, August 14. May you have many more happy years ahead. Eva Longerheam and Cecelia White were visitors on Monday of Genevieve Grove. Visitors on Saturday of Louise Howell were Raymond Howell, Dottie Grimbley, Nelson and Anna Grove and children April, Mark, Robin and Randall. Happy birthday wishes go to Marsha Evertmrt who celebrated h~" 10th bir- thday on Aug. 14 Brian WhRebair, Aug. II and Ethel Breeden on Aug. 15. Shannon Ott spent Monday night with her friend Dana Cugle. A cook-out was held on Sunday in honor of Timothy Painter who will he leaving Friday for the University of Kentucky, held at the home of Doc arm Margie Garrett. Attending were Dale and Kathy Woedard and son Benny, Joe and Liz Locke and daughter Joell, and friend, Ellis and Naomi Costello, Amos and Rolande Woodard and Pam, Reba Presgraves and sons, Wayne and Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray, Buck and Barbara Painte~" and children, Reese and Crystal Cato and ~n. Visitors during the week of Dec and Margie Garrett were Winston and Reba Presgraves and sons of Be yville, Va. During the week visitors of Wayne and Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray were Barbara Staubs, Lyle and Diane Cook and cbiJdren Dawn and Chris. Augie Everhart spent Sunday night with Barkley Sutherland of Lovett- sville, Va. Jerry and Mac Nick and sons Richie and Wesley were visitors on Sunday of Rnnnie and Gaff Nick and sons Buck and Danny of Summit Point, and Cliff and Judy Wilson and children Jason and Beth. Visitors Thursday of Fred and Peg Nick were Dave Nick and on Sunday were Hank Nick, Ronnie Nick and sons Buck and Danny. Visitors over the weekend of Edgar Everhert, Wanda and Angle were Barkley Sutherland, Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray, Lyle and Diane Cook and children Dawn and Chris, Gone and Ruth Ann Cogle, Doug and Malinda Cook and children Missy, Dougie and Amanda, Louie and Angle Stauba and Wesley Piper. Tracey Ott spent Sunday night with her cousin Jeri Everhart. WEDDING BELL8 Coogratulations and best wishes go to Rick and Lisa (McGraw) Everhart who were united in Holy Matrimony Friday, July 8 by the Roy. Harry L. Angle of Boonsboro, Md. Saturday August 6, a bridal shower was given in honor of Rick and Lisa at thge home of his mother, Beatrice Everhart. A three tier wedding cake was baked and beautifully decorated by Ronnie Smith, brother-in-law of the groom of Martinshurg. Attending guests were Mrs. Cram, 7 Jimmy and Jean Rickard Mr a~d Mrs. John Meredith, June N~tingham. Mrs. Robert Meredith, Start Eea~ er~, Sue McKinsy, Mr~. Sh~ck, Wanda Everhart, Sharon Grove, Sa~y Higgs, Jen Piper, Hilda Piper. Vanes:~a Everhart, Elma Jean Whitebait Norma Smoot, Tim and Roxarme Rickard, Karen Riekard, ~ie Grey~ Ronnie and Paula Smith. Curtis Everhart, Donna EverharL Ruby Browning and Darlene Cole. Those who sent gifts that were unable to attend were Jerry and Patsy Everhart and Cinda, Kenny Staubs, Captain and Frances Rodge,De rl and Genevieve Grove, Harold and Delma Staubs and Debbie Everh~ They received many nice and use*'ui LOOK SA VE NON! ~im mGNR 1 Don't wonder why our prices ore so tow Wonder whytheirs are so high We will notbe undersold knowingfy on Comparable Quality Carpets. ANIMAL CLINIC Now khedullng Evening Appointments CaD for appointments and EMERGENCY SERVICE 1 I. Ge mcm fdhreat r4md- bt m, WV AIR FRESHENER FROM~~~ Pump-bottle contains no aerosol pro- pellants 4 oz. bottle con- tains approx- imately 900 applications ; Destroys odor with no cove -up :~I C: :1 III : :I t~k41mlN~ ' ' :3 E :~ l) tl C ! / MINIATURE GOLF and DRIVING RANGE DRIVING RANGE MINIATURE GOLF OPENS 6 AM GROUP RATES FALL 15 varieties to choose from many different colors & styles Fresh rodu ve~embies ndscaping service V.H.S. Tapes and Rentals avail on Rt. 340 ,V[ ---OPEN DALLY R " I ACRO. 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