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1 4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FormeT's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1988 MIDDLEW, Naomi Barrow Dial 725-2500 25 ANNIVERSARY Rudolph and Shirley Staubs, Glen- dale, Calif., visited Clarence and Ruth E. Staubs, Cape Coral, Fla., to help celebrate Clarence and Ruth's 25tb wedding anniversary, a dinner at the "Brown Derby," Fort Myers. A sur- prise cake with sparklers was presented to Clarence and Ruth and everybody sang "Happy Anniversary." Rudolph and Shirley took a trip to Epcot and Disney World in Orlando and while they were touring the east and west coasts, they visited some of their friends. Returning to Cape Coral, Rudolph and Shirley gave them a lovely Fica tree, to be long remembered as, "Life Everlasting," for many more anniversaries. Rudolph was Clarence's friend at the Cape Coral Kiwanis Club and again they were remembered with many happy wishes for their anniversary. Correspondents note: Thanks, Ruth, for sharing your 25th anniversary with your friends. Always good to keep in touch with our former residents from the village. CHURCH NEWS The congregations of the Jefferson Charge -- Leetown, Middleway and Summit Point Churches -- will be traveling to the U.S. Naval Academy Stadium, Annapolis, Md., Sunday, September 25, to participate in "Oh, For a Thousand Tongues." The inter- denominational bus load will be leav- ing the Middleway United Methodist Church at 12:45 p.m. The event will in- clude music by a massed choir directed by song leader, Douglas I. Smith and the keynote speaker for the event will be Dr. Randolph Nugent, general secretary, Board of Global Ministries. Mrs. Naomi Barrow was a Tuesday visitor with Mrs. Virginia Klunk, Bunker Hill. Pvt. Henry Plotner completed his basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C., and spent a short leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Gray, Happy Creek. Henry returned to Fort Eustis, Va. Marion Lee and Barbara Barrow, Morgan and Rachel, departed from the village Tuesday for a vacation. They toured points of interest in Penn- sylvania and New York for two days. In New York, they took the Champlain Ferry to Vermont, where they stayed in Brandon, returning home Saturday The highlight of their trip was the ferry from New York to Vermont. They stated the scenery was beautiful. They also visited Thousand Islands and traveled over the Thousand Island bridge. DOUBLE BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Graver Russell, Sr., hosted a birthday dinner Saturday, September 17, in honor of Graver Russell, Sr., and Mrs. Carl (Tammy) Gamber. Grover's birthday was September 15 and Tammy's birthday will be October 21. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, Susan and Patty, Falls Church, Va.; Mrs. Barbara O'Donnell, Reston, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Graver Russell, Jr., Herndon, Va.; Carl Gamber, their son Jason, and Chris Hill. Mrs. Effie Zeigler, Jefferson Village, and Mrs. Naomi Barrow, were Sunday luncheon guests of Dale Zeigler and Cindy Labrie, Falling Waters. Anessa Friend, representing Charles Town Junior High School, took second place in the regional apple pie making contest at the Apple Harvest Arts and Crafts Festival, Winchester, Va'., Saturday, September 17. Charles Poe was the guest speaker for the Middieway United Methodist Church Sunday morning in the absence of Rev. Charles Frum. His topic was based on "Power." The altar flowers were given in honor of all grandparents by the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Mrs. Bonnie Turner and Mrs. Sylvia Breeden were Wednesday visitors ;t:nanM;SoahVi:ncW:lnCh and Brian, imninnnnnnnninini. n ,. .. n m_. 1 I ml I .................. I m A NEW SERVICE AT m IINSTANT BEPLA yI00m I SERVICES i I ILING LIST -- m ,Z.00NTO,Y a-00.D p00ssz., i  *SPIRD SHEETS i 8INCOME 8PRYRL 1 1 z DISBURSEN i ,COST coops j 1 IILJDCTTING |6RfiPH n sn .CONSULT I NG l I mI'RD4RE ISCTRE l I 'SETUP 'TRRINING I l 1  NRSHINGTON ST RLES TON HV 41 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childs, Sr., were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Danny'Barron, Bunker Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden and Stacie, Hidden River, were Saturday visitors with Scotty and Kathy Largent and children, Martinsburg. Elmer and Jean Penner, Deltona, Fla., arrived Sunday, September 18, and will be spending some time in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childs, Sr., were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Soukup, Childs Road South. Mrs. Via Welch and Brian, Mrs. Sylvia Breeden and George, Joe and Ike Myers and Paul Dawson, were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. William Turner and family. Mrs. Sylvia Breeden spent Sunday night till Monday night in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. She was in for observation and tests. William "Bill" Turner visited Sun- day afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Hattie Turner. Dougie and Kimberly Creamer, Jef- ferson Village, spent Saturday with Mrs. Katherine Nicely. Mary and Lynwood Heironimus, Brucetown, Va., were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring, Sr. Mrs. Lori Headiee, Pikeside, was a visitor this past week with Mrs. Katherine Nicely. SYMPATHY The village was sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Calvin (Peggy) Kid- wiler, Kings Daughters Court, Mar- tinsburg. Peggy passed away Wednes- day at her home Peggy and her hus- band, Calvin, lived near the Opequon Creek for a long time before moving to Martinsburg She was a beautiful seamstress. The Middleway Trailblazers 4-H Club served the McKee's sale in Sum- mit Point Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Snyder, Hidden River, honored their daughter, Angela, for her 12th birthday. Ten of her friends joined her for a slumber party. The girls spent the night and had lots of fun. Mrs. Gladys Dunn and Mrs. Marie Williams, from Wizard Clipp Exten- sion Homemakers Club, helped Satur- day to prepare food for the 4-H Camp Frame barbecue. Mrs. Kathleen McIlwee, Win- chester, Va., was a Wednesday visitor with Mrs, Alma Swartz. They motored to Martinsburg and visited with Mrs. Eleanor Watson. Mrs. Gladys Dunn, Mrs. Mary Hough and Mrs. Pearl Liskey, were Thursday visitors with Grafton Liskey, Clear Spring Nursing Home, Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Becky Deck, of the village and Christie Shirley, Bunker Hill, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Alma Swartz. Other visitors were Samantha Welch and her friend, Amy. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn, Kristy, Karen, Kathy and Gregg were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Gladys Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. William Turner, Sr., were Tuesday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. William Turner, Inwood. Mrs. Montelle Ashwood, Charles Town, and Mrs. Elaine Kestler, of the village, spent Sunday afternoon tour- ing through Maryland. They'dined at the Red Bird Restaurant, near Boonsbero. Gary and Stacey Ellis, Hagerstown, Md.; Mrs. Fleta Gallion, Charles Town; Henry Ashby, Winchester, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring, Sr., were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mrs. Nita Leatherman, in the village. Monday, September 19, William Lee had knee surgery at the Winchester Medical Center. He returned home the same day but will be confined to his home for several days. He expects to be back to work in a couple weeks. Siberian Tiger, Keeper Feature At Country Day School Assembly "He is now only three weeks old, but he may eventually weigh well over 450 pounds." Judy Barreda, Harpers Ferry, was referring to a Siberian tiger cub. She and the tiger cub were featured at the regular assembly at The Country Day School of Jefferson County September 15. The Siberian tiger cub was bern in County Girls Named Winners Two young ladies from Jefferson County were adjudged winners in the annual apple pie baking contest held last Saturday in Winchester, Va., in connection with the Apple Harvest Arts and Crafts Festival at Jim Barnett Park. The winners were Anessa Friend and Sarah Whitacre. Friend, the daughter of William and Elaine Friend, Route 1, Kearneysville, took second place in the contest. She is a ninth grader at Charles Town Junior High, her teacher is Rosalind Chapman. The winner received a $30 check. Whitacre, daughter of William and Augusta Whitacre, Elk Run Estates, was awarded third place and a $20 check. She's an eighth grader at Harpers Ferry Junior High. Her teacher is Jennifer Wood. The contest drew entries from Virginia and West Virginia. It was the 14th annual festival spon- sored by the Winchester Rotary Club. Rain held down attendance Saturday, but an overflow crowd Sunday made up for the slow start Saturday. "CARPERS the Natural Bridge Zoo in Virginia, but is being raised by Mrs. Barreda in her home. A mid-westerner by birth, Mrs. Barreda lived in Alexandria, Va., before she moved to Harpers Ferry almost five years ago. She has five children, and one of her daughters, Deborah, is studying veterinary medicine and working parttime at the Natural Bridge Zoo. At the assembly, Mrs. Barreda talk- ed to the children in kindergarten through the ninth grade. As the boys and girls filed out of the assembly, Mrs. Barreda permitted them to pet the tiger cub. The cub seemed to en- joy the students' attention almost as much as he enjoyed his bottle. Mrs. Barreda pointed out that Siberian tigers are an endangered species. There are now only about 200 of these animals in existence in the wild. She explained to the students that this breed of tiger is found in Man- churia, which is part of China, and in Siberia, which is located in the Asiatic region of Soviet Russia. This was Mrs. Barreda's second ap- pearance at the school. She spoke at the school almost a year ago. At that time she was taking care of two female Siberian tiger cubs. Mrs. Barreda said that Siberian tigers, in general, lead a rather solitary existence. Cubs can be friend- ly and affectionate, but Mrs. Barreda reminded the students that the tiger cubs are "wild animals." During the assembly the little visitor lay in a blanket on the floor, doing a certain amount of stretching and crawling. CLOCK REPAIR A N TIOUE CLOCKS A SPECIALTY IiW N Wln lnlttmm41ml m l yelt A Full Line Jewelry Store WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIR HOFFMA N JEWELERS Back on the Map! Mrs. Jean Hefler, of Middieway, shows a letter from the Department of Highways indicating Middleway has been officially restored to the West Virginia official highway map. Although the village of Middieway has been carried in the state tourist guides as a historic destination, its Ioca- tion had inadvertently been omitted from The letter apolog peared from the official map in stated it was pleased to reinstate it to il as of 1958. Counter-Terrorism Topic for Men's Club in Shepherdstown Dr. Thomas J. Miller, director, Of- fice of Regional Affairs, ambassador- at-large for counter-terrorism, Department of State, spoke at the Shepherdstown Men's Club Wednes- day evening, September 14. Dr. Miller, a career foreign service officer, told members, guests and general public attending of the State Department's role in tracking, identi- fying and locating terrorists who operate all over the world. He noted that Libya, North Korea, Iran and Syria are the principle states that use or support terrorist groups and of the efforts by our State Department to an- ticipate or prevent acts of terrorism on American citizens overseas. He gave credit to the efficiency of the FBI and other law enforcement agencies and "'luck" in the fact that we have not experienced terrorist attacks internally. He also listed close cooperation among our "allies" as another deterrent. Dr. Miller's remarks generated a host of questions and his responses were non-partisan and to the point. Dr. Miller has served in Greece and Thailand and speaks fluent Greek, Japanese, Thai, Indonesian and Spanish. His career has also involved him in Middle East and East Asian af- fairs. He holds a Phl) and two Masters degrees. The Men's Club has announced a policy of public participation in future programs of general interest. UnibedWau CLARKE COUNTY LOCKER PLANT Berryville, Va. 2261 ] Phone: (703) 955-1269 "Custom Slaughtering of Beef" Lambs, Hogs 8, Veal. All hogs are scalded during Fall and Winter months. Storage facili. ties available on all meats processed in our plant. 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