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4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1978 MIDDLEWAY MILLVILLE Miss Dorothy Lake Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 535-2261 Dial 725.2500 The annual WSCS picnic was The Wizard Clipp Singles met held at the U.M. Church in on Thursday for their regular i Millville on Sunday with about 30 covered dish dinner at Seollay present. They also celebrated Hall. the 50th birthday of Mr. Willard invocation was given by Whittington. The cake was Mrs. Mary White. The group baked and decorated by Mrs. enjoyed a delicious meal which James LiUa. " consisted of many fresh through the Amish Country. Carol Whittington Las Mrs. Flossie Akinson from returned home after being a Wendell, N.C., is spending the patient in the Winchester week with her brother and his Hospital. Carol received injuries wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes. after falling from her bicycle. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring She is the daughter of Mr. and returned home on Tuesday after  Mrs. Charles Whittington. vacationing in Florida. While in Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Quinn Florida they visited and spent and four children arrived some time with Mr. and Mrs. Saturday from Rye, New Leonard Moore in Tampa and Hampshire, to spend ten days Mr. and Mrs Herbie Riehards in and Mrs. Philip Rebert. Sarasota. They visited Cypress Sunday visitors at the Reberts Gardens and Disney World and were Mr. and Mrs. R. W. many other points Of interest. Warner, Mr. Wilbur Warner, Dr. vegetables from their gardens A reminder to the Extension and Mrs. Larry J. Warner and Mrs. Virgil Whitley of along withcountry ham. , . I Homemakers to have their children, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Baltimore, Md., accompanied After me meat, a snort] .. exhibits at the fair grounds on Craghan and Mrs. Sally Mason by Mrs. Paul Jackson and Mrs. business meeting was held. The I u,ma,, ft,rn, A. 9s of Frederick Co., Md., and Mrs. Ralph Johnson recently spent singles welcomed their newl "-::'-:2enn-e-]l-",j-ut',,--Mills i rdrs. a y Rebert's sister, from London, several days at Ocean City, Md. member, Mrs. Cora Mayer; returned home on Saturday after England, Mrs. Thomas S. Tolar, Mrs. Diane Stonebraker of They also decided to hold a yam .... .........  being a patient m the Winchester III and daughter Shannon. Hagerstown, Md., has been sate on uctoner  and v on me| H^_i, l , __, . Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Linton spending a week with Mr. and lawn at Scollay Hall, It was Mrs. Winnie White from arrived home on Sunday after a Mrs. E. J. Dodson and daughter, decided on a trip to Luray Sunday guests were Mr. and Caverns and Skyline Drive. Mrs. Preston Holmes of Details will he announced later if Hagerstown, Md.; Mrs. Frances the trip could be worked out. Miller of Yarrowsburg, Md.; Mter the short business meeting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holmes of the group played games. Those Chestnut Grove, Md.; Mr. and attending were Mesdames Mrs. Johnny Mareno and Bertha Nicodemus, Virginia daughter Patty of Frederick, Dunlap, Mary Edwards, Louise Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Snyder, Bradley, Cora Mayer, Ruth Mrs. Jeanette Ashbaugh, Mr. Moreland, Mary White, Naomi and Mrs. Thomas Dillow and Barrow, Mr. Lee Brown, Mr. sons. Carl Hill and Mr. Bob Hague. The next meeting will be held on Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lilla and Thursday, Sept. 21, at 8:30 p.m. daughter, Mrs.Eddie Staubs and at Scollay Hall dining room. All Mrs. James Lilla were Sunday singles arewelcome to come and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. enjoy an evening of food and fun. Charles Jamison of Dargan, Md. Mr. Lee Brown, Mesdames Brenda Fritts spent the Virginia Pierce, Mary White, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Dailey, Mary Gruber, Gary Fritts of Middleway. Virginia Dunlap and Naomi Barrow were among those on the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mithurn tour to Williamsburg, Va., on ofRippon, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tuesday, Aug. 17. The trip was James, Mr. and Mrs. Donald sponsored by the AARP Jef- Longerbeam and daughter and ferson County Chapter. They Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Longer- visited the Jamestown Church, beam anddaughterwereSunday the Old Tombs, Jamestown visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pottery, Glasshouse Ruins of Longerbeam. 1608 and glass blowing and other Mrs. Jack Jewell and points of interest at Historic daughter and Mrs. Charles Jamestown. They also shopped Appell were also visitors of Mr. and enjoyed a good meal at the and Mrs. Longerbeam on Morrison Cafeteria. Sunday. Recent guests at the home of Mrs. Virginia Dunlap were Mrs. -_=2:-_-5_2:--_-_5_i- Tona Staubs and Benjamin, of HARPERS FERRY Martinsburg; Mrs. Betty BOLIVAR Longerbeam, Mrs. Bertha Nieodemus, and Mr. Donate Mr. Reid Geronimo Dawson and daughter Gale anl Dial 535-6528 Mrs. Marjorie Carper of the -----: - --  village. Cedric Smith, M.D., from Friday luncheon guests with Buffalo, N.Y., visited Mr. Reid Mrs. Manuel Alvarez and Alex Geronimo Thursday. Dr. were Mrs. Larry Ring, Billy, Smith was very much impressed Becky and Debbie and Mr. and with Bolivar and Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Sr. The Bolivar Civic Association Miss Gall Poston from will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Arlington, Va., spent several at the Bolivar U.M. Church. All days visiting her parents, Mr. members please attend, and Mrs. Harold Poston. Mrs. Hilda Creamer spent Mr. and Mrs. George Gruber, three days last week in Mid- Joey and P.D., entertained at a dleway visiting her grandson cook-out at their home on and family, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Saturday. Those attending Ring. were: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. Carrie Donovan spent Leatherman, Stacey and Krista three days last week in Mar- from Hagerstown, Md.; Mr. and tinsburg visiting her nephew and I Mrs. Guy McFillan and Trisa family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert from Berryville, Va.; Mr. Allen Creamer. Athey of Charles Town; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring of Patsy Croushorn, Mrs. Douglas Middleway; Mrs. Hilda Ring, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Creamer and Mrs. Carrie Ring, Kenny, Mike and Cindy, Donovan of Bolivar, spent last Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring, Billy, weekend in Morgantown. Becky and Debbie, Mr. Lee Miss Lisa Franzen has Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence returned from a trip to Wales Ring, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul and other European countries. Ring and Mrs. Naomi Barrow Mrs. John. Edmonson md  from the village. sister, Mrs. Nellie Creamer Those from the village that have returned from Florida. have been vacationing at Ocean Mrs. Edmonson's sister will live City, Md., this past week and here with her. weekend were Mrs. Josylyn Rev. and Mrs. Girard Long, of Noland, Miss Teresa Ring, Miss Glen Bm'nie, Md., av/nounce the Denise Ring, Mrs. Barbara arrival of a daughter, Summer Smith, Miss Pare Pierce and Elizabeth, born in June. Rev. Mrs. Karen Shirley. Long is a former pastor of Happy birthday to Mrs. Mary Wesley-V.amp Hill U.M. Church. White who celebrated her bir- Mrs. Virginia Trail, Mrs, thday on August 14; Mrs. Gary Mary Dalgarn and Mrs. Harriet Frills who celebrated her bir- Cavalloro of the Starlight Dolls thday on Aug. 12; Louise in Bolivar, attended the Bradley who celebrated hers Cleveland miniature show in Aug. 21, and Richard Allen Ohio over the weekend. Nicodemus on Aug. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea Mrs. Catherine Dawson is a visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dillon medical patierlt in the Win- in Purcellville, Va., on Sunday. chester hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Ring Mr. and Mrs. Steve Spurlock visited Thursday with Mrs. of Leesburg, Va., visited her Mildred Whittington and mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. daughter in York, Pa. Albert Elsea on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Shirley Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley, and Mrs. David Jones were Mrs. Sr., returned home this past DannieSensabaugh and son; a Wednesday after a vacation in sister from Cumberland, Md., Niagara Falls, Canada. On and Mrs. Annabelle Merryman returning they returned by from Brownsville, Md. Lancaster, Pa., and took a tour Pasadena, Texas, returned Nova Scotian Holiday Tour, home after visiting with his They leR on Aug. 12 for an un- father, Mr. Thomas White, Mr. forgettable experience of beauty and Mrs. Harold Poston and and one of the most scenic tours Gall, Mr. and Mrs. Ray White traveling through New England, and family and Mr. Bertie White into Canada on to Nova Scotia and other friends and relatives and returned through New in the village. England, making several stops. Sunday dinner guests with Mr. Recent visitors with Mrs. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson were Walter Mayer were Rev. and PROFIT PERHAPS YOU CAN BECOME A WORM GROWER! RAISING EARTHWORMS Can You Answer "YES" to These Quest,ons * 1 Do  I ramr livestock  2 Do YOU want a llncJs n your nwfl ' 3 Do 3U need relwereenl ot extra ttotne; li DO 9a have a back yard m arher ncP IF ACCEPTED AS A PRODUCER, WE OFFER * Professional Guidance * Marketin9 Service * Exchange Membership * Complete Supplies A CT TODA Y! SEND FOR YOUR FREE BROCHURE r. club beginning October 2. The next meeting will involve members and their families in a variety of activities including a covered dish supper to he held at the home of Amy Mayberry on September 6 at 6:30 p.m. Jacon Mickey, reporter. The Rippen Go-Getters 4-H Club met as a group and at- the Youth Fair and parade in Martinsburg last week. Mrs. Wondrow Adams is the leader. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blake entertained at their home on Saturday to honor their daughter Peggy on her 15th birthday. Miss Terry Breeden and Miss Judy Fry were among those at- tending. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Sunday guests of their aunt, Mrs. Mildred Jernsey in Falling Waters. Jimmy and Janie Jenkins and daughters of Winchester, Va., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and family. Mrs. Kitty Hoyle and son, of Gaithersburg, Md.; Mrs. Judy Housden, Mrs. Louise Somers and Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and sons were weekend Miss Ann Smith has returned to her home in Haymarket, Va., after spending a week at Silver Springs with her family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., and Miss Welford Smith. She also at- tended the Wickliffe Church Service held Sunday. Mr.. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll lohnson in Middleway on Monday.. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Casey Jones in Martinsburg. On returning home they were callers at the home of Mrs. Rafael Ceravalo and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ceravalo, who recently returned from a trip to Rome, Italy visiting relatives and friends. KEARNEYSVILLE Mrs. Wallace Welsh Dial 876-6845 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Welsh and sons, Wesley and Jamie returned from a ten-day visit with her mother, Mrs. Louise Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johnson Mrs. Leslie Shirley of Miami, and Mrs. Zola Braithwaite from Fla. The Shirleys were ac- Martinsburg. Callers were Mr. companied by Mrs. Shirley's and Mrs. Glenn Cave from sister, Miss Ruth Myers. Rev. Martinsburg. Shirley had been the supervisor Mrs. Virginia Crain of Zephry of the Mission Station in Sierra guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Corbin, West Terre Haute, In- Breeden and family. Timmy diana, and other relatives in the Whetzel arrived on Saturday to area. While there, they attended spend a week with his grand- a family reunion with 122 in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood attendance, from Texas, Illinois, Breeden before school starts and points in Indiana. Hills, Fla., and Mr. Morris Leone, Mrica, while Mrs. Mayer next week. Wagner of Havre DeGrace, Md., was a teacher there some years Miss Louise Smith and her spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ago, the friends of long standing brother Fred Briscoe, of Miami, Charles Stevens. spent a delightful afternoon Fla.; Mrs. John Locke Burns, Congratulations to Mr. and catching up on events occuring Jr., Mrs. John Ambrose of Mrs. Kenneth L. Snyder on the during the years. Mrs. Mayer Charles Town, and Miss Ann birth of their second daughter, and her late husband visited Smith of Haymarket, Va., were Kendra Lynette, born on Aug. 17 Rev. and Mrs. Shirley several  Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and at the Jefferson Memorial years ago when they lived in Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., and Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds Havana, Fla. family. 3/ ounces. She has a sister at Mr. and Mrs. Austin A family picnic was held at the home, La Dona. Mrs. Snyder is Nicodemus and Mrs. Fred Pope home of Mr. Tommy Barron, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Willingham spent a week in Chattanooga, Tenn., visiting his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Clints, and they ac- companied them on to Desten, Fla., with other friends. They went sightseeing to many points of interest on the Gulf of Mexico. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall and Dongie, Mrs. Edith Thomas and Kevin Stride they look forward each year to this picnic that brings the congregations of the three churches together. Thought for the day: The secret of happiness is curiosity. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN LEGAL NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that the undersigned WALTER C. TABB, a citizen of Jefferson County, West Virginia, residing at Route 3, Box 265, Kear- neysville, West Virginia, by occupation as the manager of the Towne House Motel and Shenandoah Motel, with business connections with the Towne House Restaurant, will on Tuesday, September 19, 1978, at 10:30 A.M., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, present his application to the Judge of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, at the Court House at Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, and move the Court for a license to carry a pistol or other weapons defined in Section 1, Article 7, Chapter 61 of the West Virginia Code of 1931, as amended, on or about his person m connection with his oc- cupation, at which time and place any interested person may appear and protect his interest, if any, in the said matter. WALTER C. TABB Aug. 24-1t NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LICENSE TO CARRY A PISTOL OR REVOLVER TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please take notice that on the 19th day of September, 1978, at : Town, West Virginia, applicatin ::ro  a pistol or his person at all places within the Jefferson and B ties, West Virgini$ Any person obj granting of such appear at the tim aforesaid and be b | Aug. 24-1t OF JEFFERSON - "WESTVmO00 Jean Claa. i Matsonn Plain Rosa L Maisonn Defendad Civil Action 7-c- i (The object of obtain a divorce fro of matrimony.) To the AboVe Defendant: It appearing by a4 in this action lat lll Maisonneuve is a the State of hereby .ordered Maisonneuve B. Crawford, attorney, who West Congress S Town, West virginia![ilJ including any relll claim or defense Y] to the complaint l action on or before 1978. If you thereafter jud8 proper hearing takenagainst you demanded in the A copy of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. RFD I, Charles Town, on Sun- Lester White. Mr. Snyder is Bart Gilbert near Winchester. day. Those present were his from Clear Spring, Md. Mr. Ernest Ring is a patient in daughter and family, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Cain and the Jefferson Memorial Hospital Mrs. Bruce Curry and children Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James and Mrs. Dorothy Tharpe is m of Pennsylvania; Mr. Curry's enjoyed a drive down through the City Hospital. mother, of Hagerstown, Md. fit Virgima on Sunday. They visited Congratulations to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glenmdl Lloyd some of their home sites and Minnie Zombro and Mr. John and family of Charles Town; enjoyed a drive down in and Bradley who were united in Mrs. Brady Owens and daughter around New Market, Va. marriage on Thursday, Aug. 17 of Summit Point; Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dawson in Hagerstown. Rev. Joe Lewis Wolfe of Ranson; Mrs. Janice and Mr. Jerry Dawson from performed the ceremony. Frye, Inwood; Mr. and Mrs. Baltimore, Md., spent Sunday Happy birthday to Mrs. Raymond Hough and Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. William Margaret Esquard, Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Charles Gardner and Turner and family. Stevens and Mr. Douglas Ring, On Saturday, Mrs. Beverly who celebrated their birthdays Appell and Miss Kimberly this past week. Hough surprised their parents %=_.: with a cook-out for their 25th wedding anniversary on the RIPPON lawn of Mr. and Mrs, Charles ,Mrs, Austin Nicodemus Kearns. The afternoon was spent Dial 725-9098 enjoying good food and playing L.=__=____=-_.=l___-?_==-- volley ball. Those attending children. Wager Penwell has returned to his home after being a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson and daughter of Plains, Va., were Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Penwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo motored to Shenandoah Farms 10:30 a.m., in the forenoon, or as be obtained for a picnic with Mr. and Mrs. I sn thereafter as the un- dersigned Clerk at / dersigned may be heard, the Ingrum. l ' Entered by the Sterling undersigned, Aubrey G. Henry, Court August 4, I wewrSe rUnraYatd s .tSv: I Op;erg'od:: e  s VZ.' 13: i Mar Smallwood and son Chris, Mrs / and whose rofession and oc I -1 Brenda Baker and Mrs. Shirley / eution is wrner and operato;I 10-3t Welsh and Bobby and Molly. TmCpe't ;::nithcFi / Cofu:ofth;eJge foy,Ctct] [:'/ aDUel t'nnua of restaurants, will appear :i the congregations of the Mar-i/ { , ;, a s tins burg, Slepherdstown a .... Tie 00olrl the following articles located at the old Maintenance Headquarters in Ranson on SaturdaY, 26, 1978 commencing at I0:00 a.m.: m 2 all steel fire escapes - 21 risers 9" wide with 3'  at top with rail, can be seen at Wright Denny prior to sale; 5 sculptured murals; approx. extinguishers; approx.  old doors; approx. 25 o I desks; I double stack oven; approx. 12 electric mo approx. 30 ton stoker coal; several boxes, p w-stainless steel top; 1 6 cye bowls; 1 long counter rC./ F-140 tractor, needs repair; 2 folding partitio 1000W outside light fixtures; several pieces approx. 18-55 gal. oil drums, excellent cond.;'lll tir Kearneysville Christ Churches. had to move indoors, in the social hall of the Kearneysville Church with over 250 enjoying the covered dish supper. Present as special guests were Rev. and Mrs. Bobby Bonds, Rev. and Mrs. Bronson Staley, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Chucla. Following the bottntiful meal the' went upstairs to the  auditor for a by the young people of were Mr. and Mrs. Charles A completionreportwasgiven were in Hagerstown this past the church, under the direction Kearns, Mr. and Mrs, Jay on the Zippity - Do - Dare weekend where they were called of Mrs. Ginger Stanley. Kearas, Mrs: Beverly Appell Energy Aware project at a by the death of the former's Narrator for the evening was andTina, Miss Kimberly Hough, meeting of the Bullskin Happy uncle, James "Pappy" Allen. Doug Flower who did a mar- Mr. Bill Mercer, Mr. Leon Workers 4-H Club held at the Funeral services for Mr. Allen velous job. In addition to the White, Mrs. Paul Hough and home of De De Myers, August 2. were held on Monday from the scripture readings, songs, Mrs. Mary White. An educational display has been Rest Haven Funeral Home in prayers, a delightful monologue Sunday dinner guests with Mr. in the banks in Charles Town and Hagerstown. was presented by Dougie Hall, and Mrs. Charles 'Kearns were in the Bank of Harpers Ferry Mrs. Barbara Williams and and Penny BurkharL and Penny Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns and and will be in the Jefferson children, Mrs. Lee Hahnand son and Ranea Carper sang a duet. Mrs. Paul Hough. Security Bank in Shepherd- and Miss Ginger Penwell at- These present remarked on how Airman Michael Ray Turner, stown, August 18-25. "En- tended the rodeo in Charles they enjoyed seeing the work along with Mrs. Turner, is home I thusistic" was the key word Town on Saturday. done by the young people and on a two-week leave from that described the report on Lackland Air Force Base, Younger IandII 4-H Camps held Texas. They are visiting with at Camp Frame near their families, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hedgesville in July. Marie Cain Turner and family and Mrs. captured the honor of the Best Betty Stickell of Hidden River. Sportsmanship Award for the They will return to Robin, Ga. girl in Younger I Camp. Pvt. William W. White, Jr., Members were reminded to recently graduated from Basic exhibit their projects at the Combat Engineer from Marine Jefferson County Fair between Corps Engineer School, Marine the hours of 12 noon and 8 p.m. Corps Base at Camp LeJenne, on Monday, Aug. 28. N.C. He spent a ten-day leave Lyn Nuse, Derek Ferrett and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Skinner served on the William White. He returned to nominating committee to submit Jacksonville, N.C. a slate of officers for the new II I I KEARNEYSVILLE COUNTRY STORE (Formerly Exxon Statlom Now Open Under New Management RICHARD HESSENAUER Aug. 24-4t- used bus tires - size 900 x 20; 5 passenger size other articles not mentioned, ttl/ Terms of Sale: Cash. Nothing removed until se 1 Not responsible for any accidents on property, ! Auct.: Paul E. Miller, Jr. i Clerk: N. Clark Furr Aug. 24-1t AUCTION SALE ! An Antique Gun Auction will be held September 4, at 11 a.m. at the HOliday Inn, Martinslmrg, W. Va., on 1-81 and Rt. 9 Intersection. Over 160 old guns, Colts, Ken.tuckies, swords, military and decoratoz items from Pat Wright Collection and others. Inspection 10 to IL Terms: Cash, VISA, Master- Charge. Consignments accepted. Auctions Unlimited P.O. Box 145 Gettysburg, Pa. 17325 Aag. 24-t SHENANDOAH TREE SERVICE For Spraying or Trimming Of Your Trees, or Lawn, Shrubbery, Garden Care ,Call us rod, v for SHENANDOAH TREE SERVICE Charles Town, W.Va. - PlIOI: 725-230& AFTER 2 P. M. REMOVING '... TOPPING ... BRACING AUGEST 3rd CAVITY WORK ... CABLING , FREE ESTIMATES :, , , BEST WISHES , , For Another Successful Year To 1978 JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR00 i From The PAHTRAN Peo For everyone's convenience ,we will ferlng special services to and from the each day -- Monday through EXTRA EVENING SERVICES INCLUDE: Beginning at 5:30 P. M. (Excepting at 7:00 P. M. on Tuesday) To The Fair-- Leaving Downtown Area - EVERY BUSES LEAVE THE FAIR AT THE END OF THE EVENTS OF EACH EVENING Join us at our information table at the Fair to find out our plans .... ving you and the community in the future. #c # SIGN UP TO WIN A FREE T.SHIRT ( "SERVING A COMMUNITY' 8700-a4500