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September 14, 1978

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16 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1978 Camp Frame Barbeque Saturday It'=time again for the annual 4-H Camp Frame "beef barbecue". It will be held this Saturday from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Shown above are the barbecue master heating the pit where choice beef will be prepared and served with all the trimmings, plus beverage and home made pie. Tickets may be purchased at $10 for adults, $5 for children, from local 4-H leaders, Extension Homemakers, Farm Bureau Directors, Camp Frame Directors and the W.V.U. Extension office. Camp Frame, located three miles west of Hedgesville, serves 4-H youth of Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan counties. William E. (Pete) Walker is currently serving as president of the Camp Frame Board. Other Jefferson directors include Dennis Barron, Mary Frances Hockman, George Tabb and Mrs. Sterling Tenney. CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 Miss Louise Briscoe is now a guest at the Knott Rest Home. ffer brother, Mr. Fred Briscoe, Florida, has returned home after a weeks visit with his sister at Piedmont, Charles Town. Mrs. John Ambrose, Paignton, north of town, has returned home from a vacation at the Homestead, Hot Springs, Va. Mrs. Ambrose described the Homestead as a delightful place for rest and relaxation however, a golf tournament was in progress, a conference of College Presidents, also a Methodist Conference were all taking place while she was there. She said she especially enjoyed the Surry ride through the mountains to the ski slope. TEXAS BARBECUE Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carroll, South Samuel Street, en- tertained friends with a Texas Ranch Style cookout last Sunday evening. The menu consisted of Texas barbecued ribs, beef brisket also barbecued, chili- cheddar corn bread, boiled pinto beans, dilly potato, salad and cantaloupe for dessert. Guests were Christi and Julia Harbort. Texans who now reside here; Tax and Linda Lee and son Michael; Sam Whitmore and son Todd and Chris and Jimmy Appall, all of Charles Town; and Bill Allen, Rippon. This authentic Texas feast was prepared by the hostess. Mrs. Dorothy Wright, Congress Street, attended the wedding of her niece Tonya Sue Jackson, Manassas, Va., to Ravin Kelley, also of Manassas which took place at All Saiiits Catholic Church at 12 o'clock noon Saturday August 9th. Mrs. Wright is an employee of the Interpretive Design Center, National Park Service, Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Inger Garrison, Blakeley Apartments, Ran=on, has returned from a visit of several days with her daughter, Mrs. Peggy Mort=on and family at Sterling, Virginia. A five-week vacation trip was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ritter, South Church Street, by touring the western States of Utah, Iowa, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and Wyoming. They visited friends in Lucas, Iowa. The trip was planned to celebrate Mr. Ritters' retirement. PACIFIC NORTHWEST TOUR Mrs. Harry Burns, East Washington St., Charles Town, returned Sunday Sept. 10 from a Pacific Northwest tour of 15 days. Members of the Frederick Travel Club numbering 38 left Baltimore by air to Calgary, Canaca, and toured Banff and Lake Louise then traveled by bus to Vancouver and Seattle, Washington; Portland Ore. ; and San Francisco, Cal. The tour ended by air travel home. Others included on the tour from this area were Mrs. Blanche Lewis, Bakerton, Mrs. Robert Hockensmith and daughter Mrs. Jerry Hockman, beth of Shenandoah Junction, Mrs. Adelaide Fletcher, Charles Town and Mrs. George Jorgenson , Palm Beach, Florida. MUSICALE Mr. and Mrs. Owen Conklyn, Keyes Ferry Road, entertained a number of friends at their home on Sunday afternoon September 10th. The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. Dice Waggy and son Eric; Mrs. Mildred Do=tart, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Mr. Fred Weiss, wife Carrell and daughter Barbara, Bethesda, Md. ; Professor Paul Saab, Shepherd College Mrs. Catharine Burns; Mrs. Helen Gardiner; Mr. Philip Stryker, Harpers Ferry; Mr. and Mrs. Walter West, Mid- dleway, and Judge Pierre Do=tart, Harpers Ferry. The party was unique in the fact that the guest list included outstanding musical talent in the various phases of expression, however, Mrs. Conklyn referred to the party as an informal musical get-together supper party. During the afternoon the musicale took on a more formal note. There were several piano duos, organ and pieano duos, vocal duos, duets and informal group singing. Judge Dostert sang a solo with accompaniment by Mrs. Conklyn and Mr. Fred Weiss sang several baritone solos accompanied by Mr. Dostert. Perfect weather prevailed for supper in the garden. Since Fred Weiss is the weather man on Channel 7, he, no doubt, ordered the perfect weather. Mrs. Agnes Lyles, Sarasota, Fla., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John A. Smith, Jefferson Ave. Mrs. Liles is Mr. Smith's sister. Mr. and Mrs. William Smith YEAR-END CLEARANCE ON 1978's AT Westminister, Md. and Mr. and will be Cultural Values of Ap- --,,r'*r" U.M. ,*-- 6,,Phsrna from church officers, election of Crossroads, Bethesda Mrs. Robert Brown and 8-week- palachian women. Mrs. Ely officers, setting of salaries and will worship at 11 old daughter Rachel, Hanover, Brativa will be the leader. Conference" undav apportionments, and devotions, scriptural theme for Pa., were guests of Miss Meredith Smith, Ranson, this Mrs. John Poland and Mrs. The charge conference of the Rev. Wilson Shearer, district vices of worship will be week. Miss Smith and Mrs. Charles Blue, Martinsburg Camp Hill-Wesley and Bethesda superintendent, will preside. 55: t-5, Philippians l:21-1 Brown are sisters, visited in the village on Sunday churches will be held Sunday, Rev. J. Michael Smith, pastor Matthew 20: 1-16. Mrs. Arrah Mae Lehman, afternoon. September 17, at 7 p.m. The of the charge, announced the NOVEMBER 7Tit IS Ranson, and her finance, Mr. Camp Hill-Wesley fellowship following worship schedule for TION DAY. J.W. Thornton, motored to North Some of the ladies in the hall will be the site of this annual September 17: Molars OPTION AND Carolina and spent the Iabor village have started work at meeting. Musselmans. On the agenda are reports Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Byron Dalton, Esland, N.C. Mrs. EVERNIA Dalton is Mrs. Lehman's daughter and will be remem- /f" --"-- bered as Suellyn Lehman. While HOUSE there they attended Duke University Chapel where they heard a t00-voice choir ac- 103 S.Lawrence St. companied by a brass band. ! They also toured the N.C. CHARLES TOWN,W.VA. Museum of Art in Raleigh and PHONE: 725-2198 went to an Antique Show in Durham. BURGLAR ALARMS FIRE ALARMS 24-hour Centr.I Station Monitoring CUSTOM LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth LockeDial 725-8309 'S You. ,o00E o.. cAsTLE: PICTURE FRAMING ...YOUR BUSINESS A FORTRESS (FREE ESTIMATES) Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens FOR THE FUTURE? are tile parents of a new baby FALL DECORATIONS boy born Sept. 9 in Jefferson IF NOTCALLUS... Memorial Hospital. The Owens have one other son "Bryant." OX  Mrs. Edward Durbar and Mrs. RA TTAN, BROOM $, FANS, ETC. James S. Locke attended ser- vices at Mt. Zion Church Sunday BEAUTIFUL FALL RIBBONS Sept. 9th. Rev. Robert L. Yates "r'"gr"" pastor of the First Baptist SECURITY SYSTEMS Church Martinsburg hisWaS the . THE CHRISTMAS speaker, using as topic , '/4- I--- q'" "Changeless Things in Changing Times," The combined choirs l16E. WASHINGTON ST. sang "How Great Thou Art." CHARLES TOWN/WEST VIRGINIA 25414 Mrs. Kenneth Fritts attended kecom dete eompany I$ NOW OPEN & FULLY $TO( church service at Elk Branch Presbyterian Church on Sunday, her grandson Jason Link was christened. Mr. Thomas M. Lurry was taken by ambulance and ad- mitted to the Jefferson Memorial Hospital in Ran=on on Thursday. Leetown Auction September 23rd, 1978 at the U.N. Methodist Church. Wanted: Items to sell both large and small, Baked Goods and help. Administrative Board meeting at U.M.C. on Sept. 19th followed by club meeting. This will be a very important meeting. Charge Conference September 25th at t IVSI Leetown U.M.C. at 7:30. 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