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" - " " " " " .! . " " " " i . " celebraUon of Harvest Home at the Barbara Grove and Vwgmm Will Gap Bluegrass Band from Upperville, The talk of the commumty is the a y DIG g eider, surprmes r days $ Grace United Church of Christ. At this ingham. Faithful attendance cer- recalls for time food items will be placed on the altar, including fresh fruits and vegetables and canned goods (store boughten, no home canned goods). All the food will be taken to the Homewond Retirement Center in Williamsport, Md., sponsored by the United Church of Christ. Craft Shop We welcome to the community a new business, the Arbour House Gift and Craft Shop. I stopped in the other evening and the renovation of the house located behind Sheetz was so nice. It has a rustic setting on the in- erior. The merchandise has a variety of gifts, party supplies, cards, green plants and much more. Stop in and welcome them to the community. Newlyweds Congratulations to Chris Walls and his new bride Kathy Sue Painter. They were married August 13 in the Inwood Assembly of God Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Painter, Jr., of Kearneysville and the groom is the sn of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walls also of Kearneysville. The cou- Extended Day Care Program Rules Outlined Families wishing to avail themselves of the new extended day care program offered at Wright Den- ny and Page Jackson schools by Jef- ferson County schools have until Mon- day, Sepember 26, to apply for admis- sion in the program. Students enrolled at the two schools in grades one through six will be eligi- ble, with Page Jackson students being bused to Wright Denny where the pro- gram will operate until 6 p.m. in the evening. The fees for the program are $15 a week for one child; $25 a week for two children; and $35 a week for three children. All full-time openings (those students enrolled from after school un- til 6 p.m.) will be accommodated first. Part time students, who wish to par- ticipate only on certain days, or for reduced hours, will be accepted if openings exist, and will be charged $1.50 an hour. Fee payments are due each Friday. The school will be staffed by cer- tiffed elementary teachers, Monday through Friday of each week, except when schools are not in session due to holidays or weather cancellations. Parents must pick up children prompt- ly at 6 p.m. each day. i Applications are being taken on a first-come, first-served basis, and must be completed and returned to Pat Hubbard, Jefferson County Schools, P.O. Box 987, Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 or taken to the Board of Education Office, 110 Mordington A*enue between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. For additional information, call Pat Hubbard at 725-9741. tificates were given to Cheryl Miller, Cory, Beth and Anna Mary Walsh, F_Ae Hanmtond and Golda McCelland. A special program was conducted by Brenda gisenhart using the symbol, "The Heart", meaning Love. The young people formed the letters Ral- ly Day, and told the meaning. Follow- ing the closing prayer, refreshments were served. Reunion Those attending the Hienz/Whitt- man reunion held at Camp Menco, Mineral County, W. Va. were Anna Stuckey, Sally Price and son Calvin, Sam and Lisa Price, Chad, Derek and John, Catherine Neilis and Jeremy and Heather all of Martinsburg. Donald and Rosella Heinz, Elwood and Elsie Hamstead, Barbara Heinz all of Kearneysville. Richard and Suzette Snyder of Hagerstown. Louise and John Dick of St. Louis. Honored Margie Johnston of our community was recently honored by the Democrats in Charleston, for her con- tinuous outstanding leadership and service. Mrs. Johnston, a retired teacher, was a guest of honor for the 50th reunion of the Charles Town High class of 1938 when they met at the Bavarian Inn. She was warmly greeted by her former students. Kids Day The laughter of 75 youngsters was heard Sunday on the lawn of Sam and Jackie Walls who hosted a barbeque for area children. In addition to the many games available, the highlight was the appearance of the "Clown," who delighted eveyone with his antics. Sympathy The community was saddened by the passing of a lovely lady, Mrs. Alice McCarty, who resided for many years in the area. She and her late husband, John were familar to so many. They were faithful members of the Grace United Church of Christ. Mrs. Alice was the cook at the old Kearneysville Elementary School for many years. Her home cooking is well remembered. I was fortunate to get to know them both when I moved here from Indiana. I was so happy to be asked to bake the "50th" golden wed- ding cake for them. Grand-Opening The Evergreen 4-H Club and the 4-H Dancing Clovers were asked to be a part of the grand-opening of Shawley's, a new hardware store that opened over the weekend on Route 9 west of Charles Town, across from the Moose picnic grounds. Robert Shawley, sales manager, invited the young people to dance and promote 4-H and sell refreshments for a fund- raiser. Mildred Hammond was inter- viewed on WYII, a country station from Williamsport, Md., WXVA was on hand Friday for the ribbon-cutting and on Saturday, th-e station WZMQ from Martinsburg. They gave the youngsters a chance to talk on the radio, which thrilled all of them. For- rest and Mildred Hammond are the in- structors for the Dancing Clovers. You OF WEST VIRGINIA William L. Green, Broker iL ,= Rt. 340 North, Charles Town Plaza Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 (304) z26.1491 OPEN HOUSE Saturday & Sunday, September 24 & 25 I :OO P.M. To 4:00 P.M. Historical elegance on the Civil War battlefield at Harpers Ferry. Unique 80-yr.-old, 4 bedroom, 3 porches, slate roof, solarium,, and a carriage house. 3.400-square-feet-of-living- space on 1.57 acres ( Ya-acre of this is a separate building lot ) ......................................................... Asking $ 240,000 For Information call (304) 2Z'9-$834 Hostess: Lorla Longerbeam - Heedlee DIRECTIONS: Rt. 340 N. To Harpers Ferry, left at stoplight, left at Bolivar Heights,. 7-mile, house on left. Follow signs. i i i PEKAR PROPERTIESI00 HOUSING OPPORTUNITY History lovers and appreciaters of fine homes will fall in love with this impressive Shepherdstown home. Four bedrooms, two baths, antique mantles, formal dining room and enclosed porches. Modern touches include updated kitchen, and solar panels. $149,500 THIS RANCHER HAS POSSIBILITIES Attractive location on semi-wooded lot, this home has a patio, outbuilding, and beau- tiful view of the Shenandoah River. $80,000 WORTH YOUR CAREFUL CONSIDERATION This attractive rancher has lots of space and is guaranteed to satisfy your list of "wants". Two fireplaces, central air, ten closets, cathedral ceilings are a few of its fan'features. $125,000 Licensed In W. Va., Vo. and Md. MEMBER 106 West German Street 208 West Congress Street "FmHA m MI Shepherdstown, W. Va. Charles Town, W. Va. (304) 876-6191 (304) 725-657] FOUR LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU OPEN HOUSE % DELUXE NEW' IHIOMli AT AFFOIDABLE PRICES Saturday, September 24 and Sunday, September 25 I:00 -- 4:00 P.M. This weekend tour two beautiful homes in Tuscowillo Hills. Both homes feature three bedrooms, cathedral ceilings, family room with fireplace and two-car garage, Additional features include heat pump and ten-year HOW Warranty. Priced at $112,000 and $117,500 DIRECTIONS: From Charles Town, Route 51 at Ford Garage, continue on Route 51W approximately three miles. Turn left into Tuscawilla Hills. Watch for open house signs. Homes are approximately half mile on left. finish, I staid eac Paradise. a Ion[ do just UVILLA -- 876 6547  can, ev Linda and John Kilroy enter am Agents on Site ye ' " " 'i] - intersta (t"  " ' . , . - ,, ..  , , .... :1, stop i want[ "-"  ' ' ,;-   ;',: ""i  flowers ;, ! l  "weed )  "r.m  -- (,:ll x she doe --'='--=-" - lilt the end ( GLENDALE ESTATES Ang to fie Sr.., m.w. Was it L Two ocre-plus-homesites with tention to detail in specially craftedl d a town It has 0nt Priced from whi 165 onn 00;ut r - ---- tww yvisit thI    - once ! . :. ts ag, .'-.. | l)m% It's too b, of at rw .... '" by tbei] UVILLA ESTATES ]q I've heal Exclusive country living, convenieltlyllJhat be i ted ity- consld.., whel with efficient, practical floor p'lans. [ .Of West [ IS aDsol Priced from r as managl $1002,ooo ! Corner of Washington & Polk Harpers Ferry, WV (304)535.6363 Maddex Professional Center Route 45 W Shepherdstown, WV (304)876-2574 (304)267.5916 Shannondale Mission Road & Lower Clubhouse Drive (304)725-7042 ERITAGE Judith L. Moore Broker llox 16' Ruth Pritchard and, Associate Broker, GRI Dotty Flannery Associate Broker UNDER CONSTRUCTION $175,000 A blend of classic & Creole architecture of approx. 2600 sq. ft. French doors, covered galleries, formal. dining rooms w/10 ft. ceilings. Another distinctive home built by Red Bird Construction on 5 acres. Pre--construction THE BEST OF YESTERDAY $92,500 Early 1800s classic on 3 acres in the quaint village of Middleway. Beautiful old pine floors, 3 fireplaces & modern kitchen. Consider combining a business with your home or just bring your horse and enjoy the country. 18th CENTURY .Historic Shepherdstown a bk college or lowntown area. modeled", this gem has cluding floors and been in the same family for much of its VIEW THE BLUERIDGE MOUNTAINS $158,500 from 1 of 2 porches on your country dream home situated on 5 acres once owned by the Washingtons. Distinctive quality, stone & cedar construction, fiel stone fireplace, 3 BRs, 2Vz baths, vaulted ceilings, HW floors & energy eff, LIKE THE MOUNTAINS $45,000 Well come and see this little cabin in Shannondale, 1 BR, 1 bath, kitchan/dining alcove, porch & fireplace. Hurry before winter strikes. BUILT LIKE A FORTRESS $89,500 and immaculately maintained. With a professiona; decorator's touch, this 4 BR with attic, stone fire- place, all new mechanical systems, hardwood floors, is read, move in. LAND Gorgeous wooded 2 acre hornesite on state maintained road. 25 minutes from Leesburg. Investment properties are allowed. $15,000 V acre hillside homesite wllakeview. Percolation successful! $8,500. Available immediately is a beautiful wooded section of 1 & 2 acre homesites. 28,000 to $10,000. Finan- cing available at 9% with 20-25% down! Investment properties are allowed. FOR RENT Large 4-5 BR house in the country. $750.00/mo. COUNTRY LIVING WITH STYLE Absolutely turn-key this all-brick on near acres on a hill near WVNA line. Lower pletely finished as possible rental or Double garage, patio, 3Vz baths, WALK TO DOWNTOWN Shepherdstown or Shepherd College I country. Nearing completion is this ranch with cathedral ceilings, central enjoy shaded back yard. REMEMBER THE A NIMA LS! Support the Animal Welfare Society of Jefferson County Dive Fidler ,1981 Lois Martin Katy Fidler $,15-41081 Jlckle Lewis Ann Smith 725.8117 Paula Miller Stacy Perkins 725-5022 Yvonne Moran Betsy Pdtcherd 725-3980 Elizabeth Brown Cdcket Morgan 725-6670 Peggy_Martin 725.48T7 Pete Martin 728-7173 21-3111 876-2795 2141287  875-2295 Hunter Butte 263.8287 875-2480 Jly Cline 283-1835 878-6961 Wancia EaMey 28741103 876-6361 Nancy Willon, GRI,CRS 876453151 301-43241118 Multl