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/ TURNING DOUGH INTO "DOUGH" of the top money-makers for the Shepherdstown Carnival was the big auction of home-baked goods Friday night. In the above picture auctioneers George (left) and Ned Morrow (center) turn dough into in selling the baked goods donated to the auction. Also right is Doug Pittinger, co-chairman of the Carnival tre the lovely young money-changers for the not all the reports have ted to ride all evening for just one low Pittingor and Jeff price, along with the free magic and it- who co-chaired the annuallusion shows premnted by the Hal Dla- Volunteer Fire Corn- mond Company. ~anntml carnival, staged all last Pittinger said the annual parade did showed the gross receiptsnot draw as large of a crowd as it am per cent above any previous nualy did, but he felt this was due to the with almost perfect weather threatening weather which prevailed Thursday when a most of the evening. dampened the size of Tim big auction and bake sale stag- attendance was ed Friday night proved to he a real other night, money maker with some $364 net being realized from this project. night drew the largest On Saturday night the big fireworks he attributes display attracted a large crowd, but it fact that it was "Super Ride was not as large as the Tuesday night rides permit- attendance. A bus trip to the York Fair, York, Pa.v has been scheduled for the Citizens September 12th and an additional trip schedule of activities is being scheduled for the Pennsylvania )weck of Monday, August22, for DutchCotmty (LancasterConnty) for Citizens of Jefferson Court- Friday, Oct. 7th. For additional infor- announced by John Van mation or resorvatimm please call the Jefferson Frances Tusing at the Senior Center, Aging: 725-4044. August 22nd--10:30a.m The Committee on Aging is a Exercises - Senior member service of the Jefferson Coun- ty United Way. - August 23 -- 10:00 a.m. Senior Center Meeting - ----,m,----,------,m----m--m r Center, Bolivar. LEETOWN -August24--10:00a.m. Mrs. Ruth Locke r Senior CAmtor Meeting and Church, Dial 725-8309 10:30 a.m. Preven- i ,- i ~man -,-- m an -- as i -- ~xereises- Senior Center.Mrs. F.P. Owem Sr visited Mrs r - August 25th -- 9:00 a.m. Tom Lenmm in Charles Town on Satin'- For Senior Citizens, Leetown; day. The Lonnons are now in an apart- Dept. of Human Services ment and enjoying their new home. Visit - Senior Center (Ap- The Brethren Church has just fmish- required); 10:00 a.m edaweekssummorBibleschnol.Tbey Own Thing" Crafts sessionhad an enrollment of 70 and of special interest was the adult clam taught by August ~th -- 10:30 a.m. the pastor, Rev. Mason Cooper. They Exercises - Senior had a large class, others from other 12:00 Noon - Monthly Birthday churches enjoyed the class. and Site Council Meeting Sorry to hear at the death of George Carey, Kearneysville, he was a long Df West Virginia currently time friend, and will be missed. Tax Relief Programs for Saturday evening Catherine Penn- These pregrams aro the "rax ington entertained the first shift of the Elderly Homeowners and Onmi Group (direct mail) at a picnic "Homestead Exemp- at John Bradley's on his beautiful pic- recover these benefits you nic grounds. About 40 people attended. prior Neighbors and ends included. The menu was hot dogs, hambm'gors, IM'llff IIANg Little Miss Jldf 'm Comty lair (Open to any girl 4 to 6 as of Aug. 30, 1983) Must Be Resident of Jefferson County SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY. AUGUST ROUND AND ROUND THEY GO 18, 1983" 13 win he given to approximatey 20o BAKE SALE FOR MD children who read their requiredThere will be a bake sale Saturday number of books. The program has Aug. 20 from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. for been very successful with over 300 Muscular Dystrophy at White's Super- enrolled, capacity groups for ten Thurs- market in downtown Charles TOwn. day programs and hundreds of books Featured will be cakes, cookies, coun- checked out. And who won? The Hare try ham sand~viches, etc. A country or Tortoise - no one except the child ham and turkeys will be given away at who read the books. 6 p.m. Proceeds from the sale will The staff wishes to thank all those benefit the county's Muscular children, parents and artists or per- Dystrophy drive. Anyone havin8 any formers who helped make the summer baked goods they would like to donate reading club enjoyable to all the to the sale should call 725-3616. participants. Antique Auto Show At Fair September 3 The fifth annual Jefefraon County Fair Antique Auto Show is set for Satw day, September 3 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at the fairgrounds on the Leetown Road. Last year over 80 antique cars and trucks were on display. Sponsored by the Mason-Dixon Anti- que Auto Club, plrticipants will be coming from Winchester, Hagerstown, Martinsburg, Charles Town and sur- rounding areas. A special dash plaque will be given to the first 75 cars that register. Cars may be registered with Mr. Ed Morgan, 806 High Street, Charles Town, WV 25414, 725-7753. @ United States Federal Court Judge Robert E. Maxwell has denied a motion to reconsider his dismissal of a $10 million suit against the Shenandoah Women's Center in Martinsburg, filed in behalf of ~ D. Bennett by Charles CARDINAL BAND PERFORMS Town attorney Walter Lloyd Blair. At the same time, he also denied on the cob, salads, pickles, devil- lemo.deaDd= feewith State Candidate Is Biair's motion to amend the original suit. ~me made ice cream and delicious Maxwell did give Blair until August ,ke. The young folks enjoyed horse 0X Roast Visitor 3o to respond to motions by attorneys me pitching, volley ball and croquet+ There will be a c~tennial meeting at Democratic Attorney General can- representing the 13 defendants in the mMethndist ChurchTbursday even- didateCharlieBrownattendedtheJef- suit that Bennett and/or Blair should tg at 7:30. ferson County Ox Roast and then met pay the nearly $16,000 in fees and ex- Mrs. Edward Dunbar and grandson supporters in Charles Town this peases incurred since the original suit was filed last November. kith Bullock, have returned from a weekend, according to Rosa Lym:h, cir- Maxwell, in dismissing Bennett's eeks visit with her father, Luther Cut- cur clerk of Jefferson County. tall in North Carolina. Brown, 33, former deputy attorney suit, called it frivolous and said it was A large crowd attended the general, is a Charleston lawyer and the type of action that is choking the ~m~ocratic Ox Roast Saturday even- general counsel of the West Virginia court system. Bennett, formerly of Martinsburg, ilg at the fair grounds. One cake sold Consumer Federation. Brown was ac- claimed discrimmation, conspiracy, Ir $30. companied by his wife, who formerly false arrest, malicious prosecution and Nits Collls spent Satuday night with was director of the West Virginia kr sister Clara Lou Green in Senior Advisor Program. other charges against the Women's Imnsylvanla. Brown promised to run a "grassCenter, the Berkeley County Beard if John and Donna Phipps and son and roots campaign" for attorney general. Education, the City of Martinsburg and its police department, the United Way Jr. and Mrs. John Phfpps, Sr spent He stated his intention to return to Jef- of Berkeley County and the State of ~veck in Ocean City. ferson County in late September, which West Virginia. Sunday Aug. 15 the Brethren Chuch will be in.his fourth visit to the county. td a picnic at the park in Charles in recent months. R0ckettes Capture Mrs. G. mine is home from New Schedule Hours .lffersonM lafteranoperation.Paul Ranalli is home from the Begins At Charles Town Couple Of Awards fs~, Vince Pisciotta gave a refmishing ass at his shop in Leetown. Eighteen p)ple attended. L~etown Homen~kers gave a second baker making lem~ on Wednesday at Pisciotta's. the Piseiotta's hosted the Sons of Ita- l:pionic Saturday. hspital much improved. Library ptember 1 The Jefferson Rockette Majorette and Mrs. Margaret Webb and daughter Drum Corps recently captured several [ltay Taylor, HyattsviLle, Md spent weekend with Mrs. Zack Fleming. Beginning September 1st, there will awards. Parti tin8 in the Bommtmro :)n behalf of the County Extension Of- be a new schedule of hours for the Old (Md.) Fire Department l~arade July 27, the Rockctte unit came away with fifth Charles Town Library: Monday, place in the majorette and drum corps Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday division. 9:30 am. to 5:00 p.m.; Tuesday and Friday 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. These In I~vettsville, Va July 4, they hours will enable the public to take ad- received a first place plaque. And for vantage of another night until seven this they enjoyed a swimming and ten- and six days of earlier opening. The nis party at Olive Boy Farm, home of Library Board and Staff hope that the Mr. and Mrs. Mike Perkins. Nenkend guests of Vince and Maria new hours will benefit all who live in l~ciotta were Dale and Pare Coin- Jefferson County and wish to use the rock, Jim and Shirley Demowcelle library. , f)m Silver Spring and previous The~readingprugram Hare rsidents of Leetown Gary and Polly and Tortoise is closing today with a fzsser, cartoon and a rdreshment. Certificates Kitchen s . Professional Chimney Sweep Services We Also Make "SQUIR REL GUARDS" For Chimneys LICENSED and INSURED ILe ated In Blue Ridge Aert Phone 304-725-$@24 FREE ESTIMATES Calls Answered After 2:00 P.M. PHONE: 725-2306 II II SUm,II l I I1 nl I1 il II li SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss LiliJan Myers Dial 725-5168 m m----- m-- m,--''" m'--", Mr. and Mrs. Marion Knight of Stanley, Va spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Housden, and visited her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Louden, Mr. and Mrs. ny Welter, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Housden. Mrs. Knight is Mrs. Parthenia Housden's niece. Mr. and Mrs. John Trumshall, of Front Royal, Va. were callers at the home of Miss Lillian Myers Sunday. Mrs. Carlton Housden spent last week in Chambersburg, Penna. with her aunt, Mary and son Jim. She also visited her sisters in Shippensburg, Penna. Mrs. Ida Ferrell, Mrs. Janice Myers and Sandra Roy, visited some of their friends and relatives in Stanley, Va last Thursday. Jimmy Padgett is getting along nice- ly since he had an accident in North Carolina, where he is staying with his grandmother. He was riding his bicy- cle and hit something and ran off the road into the water. They took him to the hospital where he required 16 stit- ches in his head, close to his eye. Jeffery Myers celebrated his sixth bithday party at his home. Games were played with prizes going to Danny Padgett, Philip Rotruck, Angel Carpenter and Douglas Myers. Refreshments were served consisting of birthday cake, ice cream and chips. He received many nice gifts. Those pre- sent were Kevin Collins, Mathew Henderson, David Viands, Philip Rotruck, Jony Thomas, Angel Carpenter, Nathan Roy, Danny Padgett, Johnny Walker, David Fer- tell, Steve, Ricky and Douglas Myers, Joyce Fereil, Charlotte Padgett, Con- nie Padgett, Sandra Roy, Mrs. Ida Ferrell. The many friends of Mrs. Robert Blackford are sorry to hear she is a pa- tient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital and wish her a complete recovery. "No Way - I'm bankrupt!" A serious fire. windstorm or oxplosion con force tenants out of O commercial bui|ding for six months or more, during repairs. The cost of moving to a temp- orary location and restricted earrUngs can bankrupt a firm. "Business emmingt" and 'extra expense' insurance Is Of. fered by Moore Insurance Agency to defray such catastrophic losses. MOORE INSURANCE REALTY COMPANY Since 1870 110 N+ George Street - Charles Town 725-2083 - t, Box Birthdate Parent of / Guardian Florence Ann Brown 113A W. Vs. 25442 ENTRY MUST BE RECEIVED AUG. 23, 1983 IReheersal August 28, 2:00 ~.m.] ENTRY IILANg Miss Jefferson County Fair Open To Any Resident of Jefferson Cmmty Ages 14 to 18 as of Aug. 29, 1983 Birthclate MAIL TO: FAITH DAVIS RT. 2 BOX 190 KEARNEYSVILLE, W. VA. 25430 ENTRY MUST BE RECEIVED BY AUG. 23, 1~13 [Rehearsal August 28, 3:30 p.m.] BACK INJURY ON THE That sadden sharp pain could mean a pinched nerve or slipped di~e. Don't wait for the pain to go awayl Get treated immediatelyl Back injury i~ a ~q'ious matter. Vital nerve functioninlg can be Idocked often resulting in: 1 Back & Leg Pain 2 Neck, Shoulder & Arm Pain 3 H eadaehe & Dizziness Swelling & 4 Stiffness Our highly trained Professionals Are Certified by Workman's Compensation to Treat Work Related Injuries at No Cost to the Injured Worker. So why live with pain? Call now for an examination CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC. C.C. S. MIMred Streat lanmn, WV 25411 ,/ LISTED SATELLITE ANTENNA RECEIVING SYSTEMS 807 E. 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