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Shepherdstown Day Care Center To Mark Its 5th "mary, Honor Founders )herdstown The y Care Center invites the public to in its joyous Fifth an- Celebration Sunday, the 24th, from 2-4 to bestage.d at the center ated on East German Street At this time, the board and staff will the Center Founders, persons who gave un- of their time and to reallze the dream of a care center in Shepherd- It was September of 1973 when present facility, known as East Side School, opened its to a small group of whose parents believed center would provide a program in child )ment to the children in care. The lady with the was Anne Thompsor wit a small group of loyal difficulties in gaining and funds for the project numerous but obstacles overcome and the center survived and flourished to its Fifth Anniversary institution was currently two year period the West Virginia Depart- of Welfare in May of this complying with of the State Fire Day Care Licensing :ialist, Sanitation Inspector Nutritionist Specialist. addition, it has complied with Phase IV Enrichment evaluated yearly by Department of hout last year the a total of seventy- county children between the of 2-10 years of age. Under licensing guidelines only children can he served y. Day care, and after school care for :lergarten and school services are offered with nursery school and summer enrichment open to children in the A comprehensive in child development is to all preschool children the center's care. An ex- oriented curriculum is igned for the summer To implement the program is a staff comprised of two cer- tified teachers, three aides, a cook, custodian, later afternoon aide, an administrative assistant and a director. The staff, directly involved with child care, participates in an on- going training program which promotes positive com- munication skills, child development, curriculum development and safety and nutritional guidelines. The Jefferson County School Board has been a staunch supporter of the center since its inception, leasing the building to the center at a nominal fee in exchange for repairs and maintenance of the property. In addition, the school board has supplied support services of busing, speech and hearing screening, in-service personnel and psychological consultation. The July 1978-79 fiscal year will be a crulcal time for the center because the school board can no longer afford to be charitable but finds itself in need of disposing of surplus property, the center facility being designated in this category. However, the board of education has graciously granted the center an additional one year lease which will expire June 30, 1979. During this period of time, the center has agreed to actively seek funding in order to pur- chase the property. It is the hope of the current board and staff of the Shepherdstown Day Care Center to procure funding to purchase the building. The center is a recipient of the Jefferson County United Givers Fund and Revenue Sharing Funds distributed through the Shepherdstown Town Council. IL .d ,A..dL ,d .dk ,dL ,dL .dk -dk 1 "y ,qV -V "F- "It p" I" 'Nr -r ,v MIDDLEWAY Naomi Barrow Dial 725-2500 , A Ak k ktL k AK k k k W,- -qV -qF- ,qy -r ,qr -qv -NV -r -,qr -q SERVICEMEN Pvt. William W. White from Jacksonville, N.C. spent the past weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Waite and family. Lance Corporal Charles R. Shirley from Camp LeJeune, NC. spent the past weekend with his wife Mrs. Charles Shirley of: Tuscawilla Hills and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley St. of Hidden River. His guest at their home from camp LeJeune was P.F.C. David Evans of Dallas, Texas. Staff Sergeant Donald Watson and Mrs. Watson and son Chad from the Air Force in San An- tonio, Texas, is on a two week leave. They are visiting their parents here in the villag% Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Watson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Turner and family. Mrs. Virginia Feigley, Michael and Susan of Moorefield, W.Va. were Sunday dinner guest with Mrs. Dorothea Feigley. The Full Gospel Pentecostal Church is holding revival at their church here in Middleway all week. The services begin at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Clark Elliott is the pastor and the public is in- vited to share these services with them. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus from the village and Mrs. Fred Pope of Berryville spent Sunday with Mrs. Nicodemusf sister and brother- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler of Boyce, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Davis and J.D. moved this past week from their mobile home on the Leetown Road to Summit Point. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Purnell from Martinsburg moved into the residence of the Davies'. Mr. Lester Hough was honored on his birthday with a cook out at the home of his son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn,on Sunday September 17. Those helping Mr. Hough to celebrate along with his wife Mrs. Lester Houghand Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn were Kristi and Kathy Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hough, Joey and Windy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hough and Dennis. A very enjoyable af- ternoon was spent together. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers from Hagerstown, Md. were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr. Dinner guest were Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Alvarey and Alex. On Sunday a family get together and a cook-out and picnic was held at "Rocky Mountain Lodge," the cabin of the Shirley family near Capon Bridge, W.Va. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shirley and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills and Renee, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee Shirley from Hidden River Lance Corporal Charles R. Shirley from Camp LeJeune N.C. and his wife Mrs. Charles Shirley from Tuscawilla Hills P.F.C. David Evans from Dallas, Texas, stationed at Camp LeJeune, N.C .Miss Penny Combs of Tuscawilla Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pulse of Terrico Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley, Lisa and 'ean, Mr. Robert Hague and Mrs. Naomi Barrow from the village. The afternoon was spent swimming, motor bike riding, hiking and enjoying the out doors along with a lot of good food. Mr. Richard Nicndemus and mother Mrs. Bertha Nicndemus were recent guest with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nicodemus and family in Berryville, Va. Mr. Albert Nicodemus just returned home after being a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips and son B.J. from Petersburg, W.Va. were Sunday guest with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lewis and family. Reminder that the next meeting of the Middleway United Methodist Women will be on Wednesday at 7:30 September 27th at the home of Mrs. George Gruber. The Wizard Clipp Singles will meet on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. for their regular covered dish dinner. All singles are welcome. Happy Birthday to Miss Judy Longerbeam who celebrated her birthday on Thursday Sep- tember 14th. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson attended the birthday party on Tuesday night for Mrs. Calvin Pierce at her home at Inwood W.Va. Callers this past week with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley of Ietown, Miss Mary Louise Light of Martinsburg, Mrs. Irene Pierce and Mr. Marvin McKee from Russell's Trailer Park. Sunday guest with Mrs. Beatrice Reed was Miss Margie Johnson from Hidden River. Sunday dinner guest with Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Swartz of Bunker Hill were Rev. and Mrs. Charles Frum from Summit Point. Mr. Roy Swartz remains a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. We wish him a speedy recovery. Mrs. Joy Swartz from Leetown was a Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Lester White and family. Mr. Robert Goodell and Ralph from Plant City, Florida were visitors this past week with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Liskey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Drish and family and other friends here in the village. Mrs. Charles Jones, Jeffrey, Matthew, Mark and Kathy at- tended the birthday party for Dennis Jones 10th birthday. They held the party at Shakey Pizza House in Martinsburg. Happy Birthday to Earl Liskey who celebrated his birth- day September llth. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring Sr. visited on Thursday with Mrs. Nannie Kackley in Brucetown. Mrs. Kackley is still confined to the bed. Mrs. Lee Kline and Carolyn from Richmond, Va. visited on Thursday afternoon with her aunt Mrs. Naomi Barrow. Mrs. Jerry Fishel and Pamela of Winchester, Va. visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fritts and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vorous St. and David. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns, M/'. and Mrs. Eddie Gardner, Jackie and Chuck were Sunday dinner guest with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough in Rippon. Mr. and Mrs. William Lee and Tiffany, Mr. and Mrs. Graver Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Staubs of Charles Town, Mrs. Ruth Moreland attended a family picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hammonds and , family in Shippensburg, Pa. b,,. AIk Ak,,. dlb dk..dk dk,= Ab,.  .dlb= dk .,qr V .qy- .,qp.- -qw- "wrr "qw" -,qr -qpr NV - CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 v-Ny -qr .v,- ',V V -qp." iv -,qv V v CORRECTION In last week's column, Mrs. Arrah Mae Lehman's fiance was referred to as finance. Maybe the proof reader attached a similarity. After all, finance is an attractive quality for any fiance. Apologies, Arrah Mac! NOVA SCOTIA BOUND Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parks, Brooke Street, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rhodes, First Avenue, plan to leave on October 4 for a motor trip through the New England states of Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine with their destination Nova Scotia, Canada. Ray expressed en- thusiasm about the.trip. He said he has been looking forward to visiting Nova Scotia ever since he studied Evangeline by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow when he was a student in grade school. (Good lobster-eating up there too!) Mrs. Kenna Travell, South Church Street, has returned from a weekend visit with her son Shirley Knott Alger and t family, Guilford Section Baltimore, Md., also with Mrs. [ Charles T. Howard. While there I she attended the wedding of her I granddaughter, Jane Alger,[ which took place August 19th. MARY ELEANOR'S [ PEACH COBBLER I Line 9 x 12 pan with sliced I peaches. Batter: 1 stick oleo, !/ I cup sugar, 1 cup flour, 1 ts.I baking powder,  cup milk, t/:[ ts. salt, 1 ts. vanilla Mix together, spoon over peaches with back of spoon. Batter will be thick. Mix 1/2 cup water and 1 cup sugar. Pour over batter. Bake 350 degrees for an hour. This recipe is fantastic and fun to make. By courtesy of Mrs. Bud Peters. Margery Jean Guerin, Washington, D.C. and her fiance Albert Brodhurst, Reisterstown, Md., have returned home after a weeks visit with Mrs. Andrew J. Guerin, South Church Street. Also guests in the Guerin home recently were Mr. and Mrs. John Guerin and family of JohnJr. and daughter Diane and Noelle, all of Poughquay, N.Y. They all enjoyed the Skyline Drive and the antique shops in this area. Margery and John Sr., are son and daughter of Mrs. Guerin. HAWAII TOUR Mrs. John Alfriend, South Samuel Street, has returned from a three-week vacation to Hawaii. She was accompanied by her two sisters, Miss Ger- trude Harrison, Weston, West Va., and Mrs. R.J. Douglas, Stitlwater, Oklahoma. Also Miss Myrtle Porter of Weston. The trip was conducted by the Daisy Dorsey Tour, an affiliate of Cartan Tour Group, Charleston West Va. With departure from Charleston, the group was flown to Pittsburgh, Pa., Denver Col., and continued by United Airlines to Hawaii Mrs. Alfriend said they visited four of the islands including Maul, Kauai, Oahu and Hawaii. She said she was impressed with the beauty of the islands and especially enjoyed the Polynesian Cultural Center located on the island of Hawaii The third week of the trip was spent visiting relatives in Weston. Mrs. Clara Rissler, 2nd Avenue, has been a guest at the Knott Rest Home for the past several weeks. She said she was enjoying the rest, said Kenna. WINNING TEAM CINCINNATI REDS Mr. and Mrs. Falconer Smith, Ben Lea, returned home Thursday September 14 from a trip to Cineinatti, Ohio where they visited friends and relatives. While there they at- tended the Cincinnati Reds versus the Houston Astros baseball game at Riverside Stadium. They were guests of Mr. Louis Nippert, owner of the Cincinnati Reds and who is a cousin of Mr. Smith. The Smiths SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE [ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1978 had a thrill, they said, as the ball game was all tied up in the 7th inning then came through by scoring two plays in the last inning to win the ballgame. (Of course they had box seats with a sumptuous lunch served to them there.) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Krug, Largo, Fla., long time friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fal Smith, are expected to arrive on September 26 for a visit in time to help the Smiths celebrate the 42nd an- niversary of their marriage which will take place on Sep- tember the 28th. ATTENDS BOSTON SEMINAR Mrs. Lela Gardner, Jefferson Terrace, has returned from attending a Seminar at the Center for International Studies, Boston, Va. Sept. 13-15th. She heard Major General John K. Singlaub talk on why he was dismissed by President Carter. Another speaker was Professor Raymond S. Sleeper on the subject of "Assistance in Con- flict" conflict between American and Russian systems of government. Frank C. Em- mick spoke on the subject of "Castro's Prisoners." He said he spent 14 years in Cuban prisons. Stephen Mayerhofer talked on "Anti-Defense Lobby." John Fishner, President, American Security Council, explained "What we must do -- coalition for peace through strength." Lt. General Daniel O. Graham and k .,d ddk, ,dk .dL ,A..,L ,,i ,d dike. ir v-,qy -pr "wpr  "V V V "qp"  LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 725.8309 Recent dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ranalli were Mr. and Mrs. George Helman Rudolph, Md. Mr. and Mrs. John Hack, Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Mary Lill)Bolivar, Mrs. Lou Ranalli, Millville, Mrs. Ruth Moreland.az.-and Mrs: Bobby Mason, Airpert Road, Mr. and Mrs: Barry Welty and aughters Ranson, and Walter (Shorty Ranalli who is a student at Davi Elkins College. Sunday. Mr. a Mrs. Paul Ranalli were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Barry Welty, Ranson, W.Va. The flowers at Newton Baker are unusually beautiful this year, if you haven't seen them a trip down there would be wor- thwhile. They have all kinds, much credit is due Alton Grove who is the gardener with help of others. Alton also has some large pumpkins; he won a blue ribbon at the Fair for the largest pumpkin. Mrs. Tracey Stuttler, Hagerstown visited Mrs. Win- ston Dilley on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bill Ketteririg,Darksville W.Va. and Mrs. James S. Locke called on Mrs. Bertha Albert on Sunday afternoon. Bates Watson is on the sick list. Mrs. Millard Edwards Brigadier General Robert C. celebrated her birthday this Richardson III U.S. Air Force -- Ret., both spoke on National m,,t:'ne w Alfred Owens bab strategy for peace Other[--, ..... )Y - , : , Inasneen nameu ary ewlano. speakers coveren me topics on i "r ...... r - ......... - [ vi s. lloyo t'. tyvens a . ann t a ann rtussmn rategy ' ' Patty and Mrs. Charles Owens MRS. W.H. FLANAGAN AT SHENANDOAH GARDEN CLUB The Shenandoah Garden Club met at Locust Grove, home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer, on September 12 with Mrs. Creamer, hostess, and Mrs. Gary Phalen co-hostess. Mter a short business meeting and discussion of the plans for the new "People's Park" being considered by the Club as its newest project, Mrs. W.H. Flanagan, Master Flower Show Judge and member of Old Berkeley Club, gave a most interesting and instructive lecture on "Bulbs for Spring" which was enjoyed by all. Blue ribbons were won by Mrs. Joseph R. Groves for an arrangement of pyracanthus and another for her petunias; Mrs. Hugh Caperton won two blue ribbons for horticulture. attended a picnic at the Bakers in Sharpsburg, Pa. on Sunday evening. Mrs. William Harris, Harpers Ferry is now at home and im- proving after a stay in Win- chester Hospital and at her daughter's, Mrs. Ike Phillips, Winchester. HARPERS FERRY ASSEMBLY OF GOD At Gospel Chapel Assembly of God Harpers Ferry, Pastor, Rev. Arnold Hoffman, Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morning worship 11 a.m.; Children's Hour 11 a.m. ; Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening - 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and prayer. Thursday Evening In- tercessory Prayer time 7 p.m. All welcome. "We cannot be just if we are not kindhearted." V auvenargues YEAR END CLEARANCE ON 1978's AT GUY'S BUICK- PONTIAC- GMC We're Closing Out our 19711 BUICKS & PONTIAC$ That We Hove Left. 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