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1 2 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1978 Dillow Promoted By Howmet fersonian Manor Nursing Home in Charles Town. Mr. Lee Brown along with Mr. Ernest Slusher from Leetown, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer and Jim from Big Pool, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jackson and Mrs. June Bohrer from Ranson and Mrs. Raymond Marcus from Winchester, Va. attended the 20th annual meeting and picnic for the 313 Field Artillery and 80th Division of the U.S. Army. The meeting was held at Franklin, W.Va. on Sunday September 10. There were thirteen World War I veterans Gaylord Benjamin Dillow, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Luther Dillow, of 2nd Avenue, Ranson, has recently been promoted to manager of employee relations for Howmet Aluminum Cor- poration at its plant in Lan- caster, Pennsylvania. In his new position Mr. Dillow is responsible for the entire personnel function at the Mill Products Division, which houses over 1000 employees. The staff reporting to him will be handling employment, compensation, benefits, including medical and life insurance, pension programs, promotional op- portunities and programs, all personnel records and related activities. Prior to his current assign- ment Diliow had been personnel manager since 1973, having transferred from the Estate plant in Frederick where he had worked in personnel. He graduated from Charles Town High in the class of 58, com- pleted his B.A. Degree at Shepherd College and taught in the Washington County school system in Hagerstown, Maryland for five years. In furthering his education he received a Master's Degree in Counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia in 1968. Upon completion of his schooling he served as Counseling Co- ordinator with the District of Columbia Department of Corrections until he started his career in personnel. In addition to his work duties Mr. Dillow is also active in the community. He is currently president of the Lancaster County Personnel Association and serves on the Lancaster County Committee for the Employment of the Han- dicapped. He has served as a seminar leader and speaker for the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and the National Council. He also serves as a Lancaster area authority on "Counseling in the Industrial Setting," having established a program to counsel employees who have work related problems as a result of alcohol, drugs, marriage, behavior, or other l personal difficulties. He has spoken at several local colleges on this subject and has been instrumented in the establish- Mr. Monte Stuckey, the ;'amily Coordinator at the Middleway United Methodist Church has announced the date of October 1, at 7:30 p.m. for the family Talent Night. Local talent of the church will present a program using their talent for the honor and glory of the Lord and Saviour. The public is in- vited to hear the program. . Mr. and Mrs. James Hamner , of Parson, W.Va. spent from Tuesday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Friend Anessa and Scott. Anessa returned home with them for a ment of similar programs in the visit. Lancaster area. He, his wife, Cherie along with Mr. Harry Hartley from their sons, Scott, age 9, Steve, Winchester, Va. visited on age 8 and Shane, 16 months Wednesday evening with Mr. l reside in Mount Joy, Penn- and Mrs. Laurence RingSr. and sylvania. Mrs. Larry Ring, Billy, Becky and Debbie. Morrow Resigns Mr. Lee Brown and Mr. Ernest Slusher from Leetown attended the Sons of Confederate Police Judge Veterans meeting in Winchester Va. on Thursday afternoon. Attorney Henry W. Morrow Mr. and Mrs. Michael has resigned as police judge for Esposito of Seaford, N.Y. are the Town of Charles Town. spending a week vacation at the In his letter of resignation, home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Morrow cited an opinion of the Bartuch. ethics committee of the West Mr. and Mrs. Alvin "Don" Virginia Bar Association that it Linton attended the Travelers is improper for an attorney Club picnic held on Saturday at holding the position of police the Memorial Park in Mar- judge to otherwise engage in the tinsburg. practice of criminal law. Mr. Leonard White from Charles Town City Council Martinsburg and Mrs. Esther accepted, with regret, the Swartz from Bunker Hill were resignation, effective September Sunday afternoon visitors with 16, and discussed the necessity  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns. of finding a replacement Mr. Roy Swartz is a surgical quickly, patient in the Jefferson In other matters coming he- Memorial Hospital. fore the council in its bi-monthly The Wizard Clipp Extension session, a deadline of Friday, Homemakers Club met on September 8, was set for Wednesday afternoon Sep- clearing all weeds within the tember 6 at the home of Mrs. corporation limits. Cora Jefferson with nine Council agreed to have the members present. health officer accompany police The president Mrs. Larry Ring and councilmen in inspecting called the meeting to order. Mrs. weeded areas; then cooperate in Cora Jefferson led the devotions. the issuance of warrants against The lesson for the afternoon was property owners who have not "Cultural Values of Appalachian :omplied with the o'dinance. Women," was enjoyed very Council also agreed to call to much by the members and given the attention of the district by Mrs. Mary White. She con- engineer of the department of cluded her lesson by reading highways a complaint that "Appalachia" one of most paving, done by the state on significant writings on Ap- Fairfax Boulevard, had created palachia by a native West Virginia poetess Muriel Miller a drainage problem. The Dressier. complaint was registered by The president Mrs. Larry Ring Gary Rutherford in behalf of conducted the business meeting. Fairfax Boulevard property Roll call, secretary and owners, treasurer reports were given. ----'6 -" -" "66'--'= The members were reminded of MIDDLEWAY the achievement program to be Naomi Barrow on October 19. Miss Dorothy Dial 725.2500 ..................... Colon00j, Congratulations to the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate on the celebration of their 134th bir- thday and the village of Mid- dleway send their best wishes. We are also happy to know Mr. Max Brown the former manager has been transferred from Western Maryland Center in Hagerstown, Md. to the Jef- OUR FINEST BUILT-IN POTSCRUBBER II DISHWASHER r I J $01070 Spacious Interior 6-Cycle Wash Selection Including Power Scrub" Cycle High Temperature Wash & Rinse . Quiet PermaTuf" Interior * Power Saving Drying Option Sound Insulated . Dial-A-Level' Upper Rack 5-Color Pack Reversible SPECIAL s379" Plus Delivery Installation Charge 326 E. Third Avenue, Ranson, W.Va. ACROSS FROM OLD HOSPITAL ORIGINAL EASY PAINT Goes on like a dream and dries in minutes, beautifully. Tools clean up in water, and walls are scrub- bing tough. Great non-fading ,ors $9 " Reg. $11.?.5 GAL. Daile,: oresented the club with the ,,ed ribbon they had received for their exhibit at the fair. Mrs. Ring expressed her thanks for those who helped a.t the fair. The members were reminded o.f the art and Craft Festival to be held this fall. Also there would be a Coiled Baskets Workshop on Sept. 25 at 7:30 at the Jefferson County Com- munity Center. Various other items were discussed. The president exvressed her thanks and corporation from the members in the past years she was president and then turned the gavel over to the new president Miss Dorothy Dailey. The meeting was then adjourned and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess consisting of cake, fruit salad, nuts, cheese and crackers, punch and coffee, followed by a social hour. The next meeting will be held on October 4 at the home of Mrs. Thomas Magaha and Miss Dorothy Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ring, Kenney, Mike and Cindy en- tertained a cook-out on labor day. Those attending were Mrs. Catherine Darlington, Mr. William Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Darlington and children from Martinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ring from the village. Sunday caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn, Kristi and Kathy. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Ring Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Heironimus from Bructown, Va. Monday visitors was Mrs. James Hounshell from Brucetown, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus visited on Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. tester White and family. Miss Velva White and niece La Dana Snyder visited on Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Russell, Mr. and Mrs. :Willis Smallwood and Mrs. Nannie Smallwood in Bolivar. Mrs. Naomi Barrow spent Monday with Mrs. James Klunk in Greencastle, Pa. and together they shopped in Waynesboro, Pa. SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 There will be a ham supper on Sat. evening starting at 5:00 p.m. at the Silver Grove U.M. Church yard. Proceeds will go toward the church. Mrs. Elsie Cook had the misfortune of falling down last Tuesday and breaking her foot. She had a walking cast on. Lets all remember Elsie in our prayers because she has been ill for a while. Lori Nick, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Johnny Nick fell on Thursday and broke her arm. It will be in a cast for several weeks. April Hendricks daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Auttie Hendricks of Blue Ridge Acres had a bad x SATIN INJU MPE CLEAN SATIN Tough, stain-resistant enamel that is as easy to use as latex wall paint. Most soil wipes off, but it's scrub- bable, just in case. Reg. $13.90 I ECONOMICAL COLOR Full color choice in a fine wash- able wall paint. Esy to use and fast drying. accident on Sunday from a wreck on a bicycle she cut her throat and had to have several stitches. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Howell and family of Gainesville, Va.; Mr. Marshall Grove of Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of Chestnut Hill were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smear and son of Park View Trailer Court were guest over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Redgers and daughters were guest over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown. Mrs. Susan Rudy and son of Knoxville were visitors on Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter Amy. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Warnick of Harpers Ferry Mt. Club were visitors on Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Mrs. Patsy Everhart was a visitor on Friday with Mrs. Jean Whitehair. Mr. Gary Harriss of Dargan, Md. was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brackett and Mrs. Florence Payne of Va. were visitors on Sunday af- ternoon with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart, Mr. and Mrs. Thur- men Piper, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and family of Shepherdstown; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters and Mrs. Jean Whitehair and son were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Hough of Waynesboro, Pa. were visitors on Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and children of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter were dinner guest on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mrs. Hilda Piper and Brian Whitehair were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dillow and Mrs. Lena Pierson of Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staub and family and Mrs. Hilda Piper were visitors during the week with Mrs. Leona Staub. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Staub and Mrs. Leona Staub were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Evert Seal of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter; Mrs. Audrey Grove and son; Mrs. Vanesse Everhart; Mrs. Jean Whitehair; Mrs. Sandy Higgs and children; and Mrs. Debbie Grey and sons; Mrs. Sharon Ott were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry l Everhart and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son; and Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughters were dinner guest on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son and Mrs. Thelma Cogle were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and family of Chestnut Hill; Mr. Jake Jacob; Mr. Wesley Piper and Mr. Edgar Everhart and Mr. Harvey Longerbeam were visitors on Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Rev. and Mrs. Little and Mr. and Mrs. Robert White; Ricky Longerbeam and sister Coleen were dinner guest on Monday (labor day) with Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove and sons. Mrs. Dabble Grey and sons of West Ridge Hills were visitors TRI-STATE WELDING AND MACHINE CO., INC. A branch of the Tri-State Welding & Machine Company, Inc. of Frederick, Md. Has just been opened on State Route 9 near Kearneysville, W. Va., just to the rear of the Burgerhaus Restaurant. AND WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING FIRST CLASS SRVICES: Welding- Shop Repair. Service of Steel - Aluminum & Stainless Steel - Portable Welding Equipment - Ornamental Ironwork and Steel Soles. SHOP HOURS are 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday thru Saturday SHOP LOCATION IS: Rt. 9 - Kearneysville, W. Va. 25430 Mailing Address - P. O. Box 565' Charles Town, W. Va. on Sunday with Mr. Harvey! Longerbeam and family. SOUTHERN BAPTISTS AT SUMMIT POINT At Summit Point Southern Baptist Church, Richard G. "Jerry" Moore, pastor, Sunday School 9:45 a.m Leroy Cheshire, director. Morning worship Service II :00 a.m. Sermon topic, "SEEING THE UNSEEN." Special music by the choir. Mrs. Nora Drish, organist and choir director. Nursery worker, Mrs. Frances Henry. Monday: B.W.M.S. Bible Study at the home of Mrs. Florence Drish at 1:00 o.m. The study will be lead by Mrs. Sherry Drish. Wed. nesday : House wives For Christ Bible Study Group meets at 10:00. Meeting place to be an- nounced; Adult Choir rehersal 7:00; Prayer and Bible Study Hour 8:00. Thursday: Bible Workshop-Chapel Buildin$ Study, lead by Joyce Jackson 7:30. place to be announced. day, September 23rd hal  set aside as Annual Cleaning Day. All asked to meet at the 9:00 a.m. Bring your covered dish for drinks will be furnished, TRINITY EPISCOPAl, AT SHEPHERDSTO At Trinity Episcopal German and Church Shepherdstown, Rev. Kieldsing, rector, 17:8:00 a.m.- Holy Rite One; 8:00-10 a.m. -i fast-Chapel Building; " a.m.-Holy Eucharist, 11:00 a.m. Refreshments fellowship. Wednesday-September I p.m. - Bazaar Worksho Building. 7:30 p.m. - 117 ROSEN'IS .w.,ow. IN Nobody Beats Rosen's on Wranglers Wrangler Corduroy Jeans Flare or Straight Leg 27 to 38 Just $11.99 ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE Antiques and Household, including contents of DOOR" Antiques Shop. To settle the Estate of David Spiner, we will sell at the residence and shop located from St. Peter's Catholic Church in Harpers Ferry, on WED., SEPTEMBER 20, 1978 Beginning At 10:00 h. M. Queen AnneTavern table, 2 drawers; Victc Deacons Bench; Cannon Ball rope bed; cupboard; pendale side chair; spool cabinet desk; Plank Bottom record cabinet; collection of canes: swords, collectio Civil War bullets; musket; set of rare Flint Lock other pistol and guns; powder flask; tilt-top table; projec, tion screen; 13 Star flag; antique lamps and flag kits; irons; fireplace arm; fireplace tools; iron stereo cabinets; collection of Brass; brass cuspidor; tings and prints; rare picture of Lincoln Family War; 3 drawer chest; 4 drawer chest; step table; guitar case; mirror; pedestal lamp; Lawson style sofa; bench; Singer sweeper; table fan; adding machine; machine stand; quantity of New Comforts and "Snug converting to sleeping bags; kitchen utensils; dishes, silverware, including set of sterling: other articleS numerous to mention. Terms: Cash Bank of Charles Town Estate of Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark Furr Not responsible for accidents on premises. SEP'r. EASY 1'0 APPLY GRAND OPENING FRI. SEPT. 15 & SAT. SEPT. 16 MASON SQUARE 124 E. WASHINGTON ST., 104 N. SAMUEL ST. CO N (Id l ENTLY I.o#.TI]) AbJ,CffNl" TO "K CHfftgL5 TOWN PUhI.JC LIRIY 00inTone e soP 00KEa]00 SA.R D Cks DESSEgT Valley Hardware Co. FE'TU RING THE ice  BEEF I'U00A. HAH SAI00Hi Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 725-5113 E.gli.h Ma.o00 , Antiques OPENING DAY SALE ON ANTIQUES FROM ENGLAND FOR THE NEWEST LOOK IN DECORATING OPEN MON. - SAT. 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. 725 - 3046 DINE IN PHONE ORDERS 725" 2|08 i) OPEN ION.- 5/11';, q a.t, ,o 5:3o r.H,., Fe.IDAY ant-iJ 8:30g'p' SPECIAL SALE PRICES FRI. & ON GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIOI0000 OPEN MON. - FRi. 10 A.M. - 5 P,M. SAT. 10 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. PHONE: 725 - 4067