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24' SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1978 LOUISE BLUE Pictured above are three of Jefferson Counties newest 4-H All Stars. Selection as a 4-H Star is one of the highest honors a 4-H Club member can receive in West Virginia. They are Louise Blue, Judy Hockman and Alan Lloyd. Louise is a 9th year member of the Sunrise Neighborhood 4-H Club and the daughter of Mr. and &,s. James Blue of Shenandoah Junction. Louise has completed many 4-H livestock projects and has been active in many county  A  A AL Ah Ah AhA AL A VV V'qlr "qv"qV V V V V BLUE RIDGE ACRES Faith B. Cone Dial 725-5488 .dt Ark A AlL A  A t= Ak Ak. Y "qr "qr "qY"qV "qV "qy 'qr 'qv NV I , The Womans Club of Blue Ridge Acres had its first meeting of the fall season on Wednesday, 13 September. About fifteen gals and one young man enjoyed getting together after a long hot summer. Guest speaker, was Bob Angel of the Old Opera House who discussed the past and future of the OOH in his usual interesting and in- formative way. Most BRA folk are proud of OaR and try to support it; it's mainly a question of keeping informed on what is going on and trying to take advantage of the events. Lets keep forming groups and at- tending events. First on the agenda is HMS Pinafore, directed by Jay Stenger, 25-29 October. That's bound to be great. If you just buy .a season ticket, you will find it easier to keep up with events. Back to the 'Womans Club where I started. As usual it was a bring-your-own-sandwich deal with coffee and dessert fur. nished by the hostesses which in this case were Cyndy and Kerry Kitchen and I. Hazel Kerner Three Of Jefferson County's Newest 44t All,Stars JUDY HOCKMAN 4-H events. This year she was selected as an alternate "State Winner" in the 4-H Livestock Pr.am. Her 4-H leader is Mr. Denni Barron. Judy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry H0ckman of Shenandoah Junction, is a 9th year member of the Rumsey Climber 4-H ,club. She has completed numerous clothing projects and participated in several State 4-H Style Revues. Her 4-H leader is Mrs. Annabel Osbourn. presided over the meeting in the absence of our President, Peggy McCullen whose ears must have been burning with all the nice things Bob Angel said about her work for OOH. Next meeting is Wednesday, II october. All BRA gals are invited to join. Pauline Vale was driving her visiting daughter around BRA last week showing her the myriad changes that have appeared in the last two years. BRA is growing and so far it's nice. Luckily the terrain itself puts a certain limit on our growth cause we all like our mountain and don't want it to be too citified. A hearty welcome goes to Shelley and Tom Flint who are the new owners of Mary Linn's house.young Tom Flint was tl male visitor at the Womans Club who captured the hearts of all. A most friendly young man and cute as the proverbial button. Also newly settled in BRA in t home next to the Grady Roberts are the Lehman Youngs. Mary Young is Carolyn Kitchen's mother and is no stranger to many. BRA folk. Welcome aboard. Anne Nystrom reports good, but slow progress by Warren after his open heart surgery. Although he is out of intensive care, Warren is still in Fairfax ALAN LLOYD Alan has been a member of the Happy Hearts 4-H Club for 7 years and is also a member of the West Virginia University 4-H Club. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glendwell Lloyd of Charles Town, and his 4-11 leader is Mr. Mitch Fincham. Alan has completed many electronics projects and has been active in many 4-H activities in Jefferson County. He was a member of the 1976 State 4-H Land Judging Team. hospital and very un- comfortable. Will probably be two months before he is able to return to their beloved BRA. However, considering the modern mir/cle of his operation, it's hard to fuss over that. Speaking of miracles -has anyone noticed that some trees in the pear orchard have both blossoms and fruit on the same limb of the same tree? Well, they do. Betty Steuart has done a landoffice job of selling .tickets for the fashion show for the Harpers Ferry Womans Club held on Wednesday, 20 Sept. at Cliffside. Seems that half of BRA gals bought tickets. Cliffsidq certainly has a marvelous physical plant to take care of such events. R's great to see Pat Win- termeyer and Hazel Kerner driving around the development and feeling more at ease with their cars each day. I think both of them deserve a big pat on the back. Next thing you know we'll get Marilyn Pinson on wheels. Speaking of cars, Peggy and Charlie Warfield have a goodlooking new one. It is still a small car, but larger than their beloved Bug which they could not replace. Understand VW doesn't make them anymore..I have been practicing on Gertie, our 4-wheel drive Suburu which Jim Pinson says will get you in and out of BRA in all kinds of weather. Probably won't have any snow since both Libby Cooper and we have acquired 4- wheel drivers after last Winter's weather. The competition of George Gault's handcrafted garage furnished the inspiration for hostesses Bette Galdt and Libby Cooper to celebrate with an afternoon party last Sunday. The new garage was gaily decorated by many balloons and by a goodly number of brightly clad friends and relatives. Cal LaMotte did yoeman duty at the punchbuwl, but it was a do-it yourself deal at the large fond table. Everyone must have been feeling devilish 'cause I never saw so many stuffed eggs disappear so fast. All the gals enjoyed the large buffet especially knowing that this was one Sunday when they wouldn't have to fix supper. It's a beautiful garage . . . wouldn't it be wonderful if all one hadto put into garages were cars so that all that wonderful space would always be available for a party or something? Noticed Donna Piper, our Chestnut Hill correspondent, had a nice column in last week's Spirit. However, she omitted her own big news. After a hot summer of frustrating delays, blasting away half a mountain to get a foundation in, Donna and Dave's house is under roof and they hope to be settled in sometime this fall. Donna's father, Gerald Jenkins has spread that pile of dirt in his yard that everyone was eyeing so greedily. However, Violet says there are still several piles stashed away for Donna's place; aftera!l, one can't plant flowers in just rock. : This time of year is nice - t run out of space before I run out of news. See you next week. Faith- fully . . . Clean Air Meet Fairmont State An all-day Clean Air Workshop for all interested citizens will be held Saturday,  Sept, 23 in the student ballroom at Fairrnont State College. One of the principal speakers will be Carl Beard, Director of West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission. The morning session will be devoted to the health, environmental, and economic effects of polluted \\;\ .\\; color portraits Each for 5 x 7's or sets of 4 wallets 8 x 10's for $3.90 0rl700,or This Christmas Special 17 beautiful gift portraits. You get: Two 8 x 10's Three 5 x 7's Twelve Wallets Regular 19.50 Value Apply your deposit toward package price Age limit 12 years. Select from several poses and scenic backgrounds and don't forget Cookie Monster and all the gang from Sesame Street are waiting to have their pictures taken with your children. Copies and enlargements available at higher prices. Extra charge of $1.00 for 2 or 3 children together. % .] ,,sjq ,F,00,qney DATE - MAN., SEPT. 25th DATE- TUES. SEPT. 26th HOURS:- 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. HOURS: 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. 200: P.M. to 7:00 P.M. . 2:00 P.M. to 4:00_ P.M. . AT CHARLES TOWN STORE ONLY I air. Other speakers in addition to Beard include Ray George of the Environmental Protection Agency, Ed Light, Appalachian Research and Defense Fund, Joseph lundy, Fairmont State College, and Vince Cardi, West Virginia University College of Law. The afternoon session will consist of small group workshops dealing with air pollution problems in specific areas and strategies that can be used in working for clean air. The West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission must complete a clean air im- plementation plan by January 1979. This workshop will give interested individuals a chance to learn about West Virginia air pollution problems and to participate in the im- plementation plan. The workshop is funded by an Environmental Protection Agency grant to participating organizations, inc!uding West Virginia. Lung Association, Sierra Club, and the National Clean Air Coalition. Lunch will be served at the college cafeteria and refresh- ments will be available throughout the day. Registration, which is free, will begin at 9:15 A.M., and ad- journment will be 3:30 P.M. For further information, call Workshop Coordinator Tippy Petras at 986-3041. Free Disldbutim In Shepherdsbwn The Shepherdstown Free Clothing Service will accept used clothing at the Shepherd- stown Presbyterian Church Saturday,'3eptember 23. The hours of collection will be bet- wean 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon. All types of clothing can he utilized, but clothes for school age children will be especially welcome. The clothing will he made available for public distribution, again at the church, on Saturday, September 30, and Saturday, October 7. Everything will be free of charge. Volunteers are needed sort the clothing during the w of September 25 through 29, ! to assist in the distributJ Those wishing to help can e Charles Unseld at 876-2369 Paul Tremba at 876-2260. Any left over clothing will donated to Church World 9 vice, New Windsor, Maryl = an international clothing rel service which distribut clothing to disaster areas. IN SHOOTING MATCH The Blue Ridge Mountain Unit will hold a shooting Friday evening, September at 7:30, at the Blue Ridge House. The public is invited participate. Weekend buys. 30%to 50% off Women's dresses. Now 6 00 to 15 Orl 9. 12" to 25 a Choose from our pretty dress collection in lots of styles. Popular colors in solids and prints. Favorite fabrics, too. Sizes for juniors and misses. Special Buyl Misses Sleepwear 300 Star-Shine Nylon I Pretty Embroidery and Lace Touches. Choose from baby doll, or gowns. Sizes S,M,L, Assorted colors. SALE! Children's Canvas Shoes SALE 3 Reg. S". Canvas shoes in Red or Blue with cap toe. Children's sizes 6V2 to 12 Sale 2.7cp twin Reg. 3.49. Delicate pastel {', flowers on cotton/poly ,) muslin sheets. / Full; reg. 4.49, Sale 3.79 ,Z Queen; reg. 7.99, Sale 6.59 Pillowcases by the pair.  Standard; reg. 3.49, Sale 2.79 " Queen; reg. 3.99, Sale 3.19 / FLAT AND FITTED SHEETS ARE THIS SAME PRICE. le twin Reg. .99. Fancifulflowerson cotton/poly percale sheets; earthtones or brights on white. Full; reg. 4.99, Sale 4.29 \\; Pillowcases by the pmr. Standard; reg. 3.99,.Sale 3.39 Flat and fitted sheets are the same price. 20% OFF Sale 22.40 twin Reg. $28. Automatic electric blanket with 9 settings, in acrylic/polyester. Full; single control; reg. $32, Sale 25.60 Full; dual control; reg. $39, Sale 31.20 ::ii .... Ki 20% Bed pillows. Sale 4.80 Reg. $e. Machine washable pillow of Dacron polyester fiberfill with cotton/ polyester ticking. Queen; rea. $8, Sale 6.40 King reg, $10. Sale $8 JR. Boy's  ' Long Sleeve Shirts SALE I 9, Reg. $'*. Jr. boys pullover, long sleeved crewneck in polyester/cotton knit. Sizes 4 to 7 Special 3.99 Boys' jeans. Flare leg jeans are polyester/ cotton. Regular and slim 8to 16. Double knees to size 12. ,00;pecial ,00.99 Boys' jeans. Pre-washed polyester/cotton denim jeans with two front pockets. 4 to 7 regular and slim. 3 99 GId knit tops. long-sleeve knit top 100% acrylic. For sizes 7 to 14. ,.o,.o.,,.,,,., 00dCPenney Tues.,Wed. ,Thurs. & Sat. 9to5 SHOP AT HOME PHONE= 725- 8471