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Charles Town, West Virginia
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September 14, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1978 G 15 PEOPL BANK OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY COUNTY 4-H SADDLE CLUB GIRLS' DRILL TEAMAS SHOWN JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR AFTER WINNING TOP HONORS STATE FAIR above are the members of the Jefferson County a-H Saddle Club team which entered the drill team competition for the first time at the Virginia State Fair held last month in Lewisburg, W. Va., and brought to Jefferson County the top honors Riding for the team as shown above (left to right) --- Audra Brannon, Lee Arnold and Tammy Clendening. team which gave a splendid exhibition of precision riding at the Jef- ' Fair Saturday at 6 p. m., was coached by Ranger Bill Hebb, one kgers at the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. (Photo by Jim Tabb) CHESTNUT HILL klrs. Donna Piper Dial COMING EVENTS will be an Arts and I Sale Saturday, Sept. 9, at a.ra. at the Wesley House Hill Rd. Rt. 32. There clothes-household items - goods - crafted items - 'one wecome by and these the needs School Church people who have about nothing 'PRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE having been made in indebtedness by the deed of trust mentioned and the undersigned will the front door of the Courthouse of Jefferson West Virginia, in the f Charles Town, the described real estate: that certain lot of land lied as Lot No. 69, Section ate in Charles Town , Jefferson County, West a, about 3 miles nor- of Charles Town on the Town-Leetown Road, in known as Jef- Melco, Inc., plat Was prepared by Fox , Inc., recorded in of the Clerk of the Court of Jefferson Virginia, in Deed , at page 80." the same real estate to Clarence Jr., and Charles H. Deed of Trust dated of December, 1976, by Bennett, et ux, of bN I the office of the Clerk , ounty Commission of  County, West Virginia, hOok No. 418, page 245. lilt . Vs. : bATE OF SALE ler 15, 1978 at I0:00 IRMS OF SALE s, rAr 2_  y of ale O., il miPROVEMENTS ' :, OPerty is improved by a ' 7ZS'I __..':"eh house ten years of Vs. '  swimming pool, well, I SYstem, macadam /!). three rooms and one AtmV,g room, dining room, _.'d$1.t%ve, masonite exterior and hardwood floors, ated on Rt. 1, Box 62E, rSQn Village, Charles t Virginia.. POSSESSION ? will be given on day s property will be sold the lien of any and all llie utility easements, Water charges, if any. Clarence E. Martin, Jr. and Charles H. Bean, Trustees to do in the community, now is your chance to "sound off!" On Sunday, Sept. 10, at 7:00 p.m. at the Lloyd Fellowship Hall, Chestnut Hill Church, there will be an are you serious about a youth group meeting. Young people from 12 through 18 years of age or 7th grade to 12th grade are welcome to attend. Please come young people! I personally have made attempts to get you started but have failed so please let's give it another try. We the people of our churches really do care about you and your hap- piness. By the way, you adults, you're expected to attend this meeting also and show the young you care. A hot dog roast will immediately follow. PAST EVENTS The Charlie G. and Bessie M. Jackson family Reunion was held Sunday, Sept. 3, at the Jefferson Memorial Park. Most of the children, grand-children, and great grand-children were there to celebrate this joyous occasion. After enjoying a fine home cooked meal, the adults and children enjoyed the recreation at the park and played softball and horse shoes. The members of the family went together and gave money to give Mr. and Mrs. Jackson a gift certificate at our local market. Everyone had a good time and left hoping to see everyone again next year and maybe some new additions since one grandchild and his wife are expecting, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Jenkins. The Perry and Essie Lan- caster family motored to Clearbrook Park on Rt. II outside of Winchester, Sunday, Sept. 3, for an outing. Everyone had a good time. Mr. and Mrs. V.H. Peer, Sr. had a get together on Labor Day. Mrs. Peer said she didn't know which to call it - "A farewell to Summer", a "Going back to School Blues" or "Welcome to Harvest Time." Those that came to enjoy the day were: Mr. and Mrs. Autry Howell and Daughter Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Viands and son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Virlis Peer, Jr. and daughters Vickie, Virlissa, and son Shannon. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Painter Sr. and son Lewis Jr., Wesley, Robert, and daughter Cathy, Mr. and Mrsl John W, Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. Larry T. Hawk and sons Lawrence, Kevin and Lance and daughter Jennifer, Mrs. Isabelle Painter, Mr. Samuel Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Martin and Cathy, Buster Hardy, four of Mrs. Martin's grandchildren. The children enjoyed the hot dog roast but everyone missed Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Peer and children who were camping by the seashore with the Zigmont's of Warminister, Pa. Mrs. Dottle Whetzel and Mrs. Sharron Piper and son Dale and daughter Kim motored to Daytona Beach, Florida the week of the 21st of August. They had a wonderful time. KABLETOWN Mrs. Marianna Smallwoo Dial 725-5707 Thursday afternoon, Sep- tember 21st the Kabletown Extension Homemakers Club meets at the home of Mrs. Bernard Barr, Charles Town. Mrs. Robert McGerry is lesson leader. "Swords of the Spirit" a musical group will be per- forming at Oakland United Methodist Church Sunday night, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. All are invited for a lively evening of song and praise. The following youngsters started kindergarten activities this week: Paul Pipes, Dawn Hough, Brandi King, Lori Hoover and Teresa Webster. Timmy Danner will beat hand to show them around. Steve and Rusty Carroll, children of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Carroll, spent Friday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson White. Hugh Hoover has returned home after spending several days with relatives and friends of Eastern Shore. He enjoyed fishing with them. Miss Isabelle Guezman of Buga, Columbia who is an ex- change student is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Alkire, Avon Bend. She has enrolled in the Jefferson High School. John Chamblen is recovering from Cataract surgery. He has been a patient in the N.D.B.V.A. Center, Martinsburg. Dennis Sayior of Arlington, Va. spent the weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saylor Avonwood Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cardarelli of Forest Hills, Md. spent the past ""00UEVIS|00N ABOUT THEMSELVES...ABOUT THEIR WORLD Light up their lives n the classroom In-school television can do it It makes classroom learning as inviting and exciting as life itself It's a connection between fun and the chailengng bus{hess ol growing up That's why it works And why WWVU-TV is making t avadable to children in classrooms across Northern West Wrgna To find out more about what your children are watching, tune n every evening at 6:30 dunng TELEVISION IS FOR LEARNING WEEK, starting September 18-22 n00Vm'00N t$ 00ARNtN00 WEE00: ,.. September 18-22 .... MORGANTOWN WEST VIRGINIA two weeks at their home here. Stephen Hough his brothers, Ricky and Timmy of Upperville, Va. accompanied by Miss Dianna Silvia of Upperville were Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer and Wanda. 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