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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE l l THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1978 "Miss Mulledy" Selected Year City Hospital Lirty-six years of out- dedication to the of hospital nursing paid off for Martinsburg's "Miss Mulledy." s..Virginia Mulledy Snyder, nursing career at Hospital in 1942, has been by her fellow employees "Employee of the " and received a handsome and check for $250 at a nt special awards Snyder is well known to every local native has had reason to be by her through the last decades at City Hospital. purchasing food for the poor, and to cite a recent example, she bought fuel oil for a medically indigent patient." The "Employee of the Year" award is also known as the "Dr. Frist Humanitarian Award." It is a specially sponsored project by the Hospital Corporation of America in all of its owned or managed hospitals. City Hospital, Inc., is HCA-managed. Dr. Thomas Frist was the founder and first president of Hospital Corporation of America, and this award is considered to be one of the highest honors HCA can bestow upon an individual. Since all full Dunaway Licklider at the Cottage and were pleased with all the improvements Dunny is making to the cottage. Mr. Charles (Bud) Russell visited in the Village on Wed. Homemakm morning. Mr. Russell has been ill. IHear Lesson Mrs. George Marlow Federal Hill Farm, spent the weekend with Mrs Raymond Woodard. Lots of couples in the Village are celebrating anniversaries this month. Leroy and Ann Jefferson celebrated their 22nd anniversary Sept. 22. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Frum celebrated their 35th Sept. 14th. Richard and Nancy Magaha their 10th, Sept. 22nd. Jim and Frances Blue, 38th on Sept. 28th and Gladys and Zack Fleming, 50th on Sept. 22nd. Congratulations to all. _ Mr. and Mrs. Gregg VanCamp working on a farm. The Leetown U.N. Methodist made $488.50 at their auction on turday. The Leetown Extension Homemakers clu,b met on Wednesday Sept. 20 at 1:30 at the house of Mrs. Janet Whitmore. Twelve members and 4 visitors were present. Mter the salute to the flag Mrs. Orpha Quinn gave the devotions reading from Isaiah, and closing with prayer, followed by the lesson on "Cultural values of the Ap- palachian Women" given by Mrs. Holmes White of the Wizard Clipp Club. Mrs. White was a most in- business. The Fall Leadership Con- ference will be at Johnsons Mill on Sept. 24. Mrs. Quinn is planning on attending this meeting. The arts and crafts Festival will be held on Sept. 29 and 30, Oct. 1 and all were urged to bring lots of baked goods into the Heritage Market on Saturday and help man the booth. A motion was made that: pictures be taken of the table exhibit at the fair next year to put in our scrap book. This motion was seconded and passed. New business included The Achievement Banquet will be held on Thursday Oct. 19 at the Community Center. Registration will begin at 6 o'clock with dinner being served at 6:30 by the Savoy Catering Service. The theme is "Best Foot Forward" and the program will feature a fashion show. Awards and recognition will be presented during the even!ng program. Husbands and guests are welcome. The cost of the dinner is $5.05 per person and reser- vations must be sent in to Mrs. Mildred Lennon before October 10. The Leetown and Edgewood club will be responsible for the flowers on the tables. Janet Whitmore and Helen Collis will help from the Leetown Club. Next month the new year books will be given out and dues will be due. The birthday bank was passed out and the treasurer received some money for reservations for the banquet Helen Collis save a short book report on "This Too Will Pass" by La Belle Lance of the employee ballots her for this special repeatedly noted her characteristics of ence, kindness and un- g from the City School of Nursing in Mrs. Snyder moved into staff and has been ever since. She and her who is equally famous the culture and sale of Hams," live just off Shepherdstown road. various times during her here, Mrs. Snyder has as nurse practitioner, of nursing service, consultant and patient 3, the latter she currently holds. December, City Hospital, !., launched its Patient e Program and Mulledy" was the obvious to serve as a patient considering her long in this type of work. y Hospital, 's administrator noted, Snyder's primary ob- has been in the best in- of the patient. Her en- for the job and interest the setting through such gestures as NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE is hereby given that W. Facemire, State of the Farmers Home for the State of Virginia, a resident of the West Virginia, residing Marion County, West as Trustee under a of Trust dated August 25, recorded with the Clerk of Court for Jefferson West-Virginia, in Book Page 545, executed by Otis Mary F. Murray, Kenton Lambert, State of the Farmers Home for the State of inia and his successors as State Director or State Director, Trustee, i the benefit of the United tes of America, acting the Farmers Home will sell the described real estate: the following described estate, located just off No. 9 near the village of rneysville, in Middleway Jefferson County, West and being all of Lot No. Section E, Fox Glen Sub- as said lot is more licularly bounded and in a plat of said made by C. R erton, Sffrveyor, dated 6, 1973, and recorded in Office of the Clerk of the nty Commission of Jefferson West Virginia, in Plat 2 at Page 381. Id being the same property was conveyed to Sales elopment Corporation, a t Virginia corporation, from Breeden and Geraldine husband and wife, by dated August 9, 1976, and in said Clerk's Office. also being the same conveyed to Otis E. and Mary F. Murray Sales Development Cor- a West Virginia car- by deed dated August and recorded in said Office. real estate, being the e property described in said of Trust, will be sold to the bidder at public auction 3rd day of October, 1978, M at the door of the in and for said real estate to be sold approximately .22 to reservations, ex- rights of way, and that appear of RMS OF SALE: Cash. of 10 per cent of sale on date of sale, balance ten (10) days or upon of the Deed . Title will by Trustee's Deed payment of balance. 28th day of August, JAMES W. FACEMIRE, TRUSTEE 7-3t - and part-time employees are eligible to participate in this selection, Mrs. Snyder was spotlighted from almost 700 )ossible votes. As a result of this award, Mrs. Snyder will be eligible to com- )ete with other hospital winners for a divisional honor, and from the six divisional winners will be determined the national "Dr. Frist Humanitarian Award" winner for 1978. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 725-8309 The Extension Homemakers Club met with Mrs. Robert Whitmore Wednesday afternoon Sept. 20. Twelve members and 3 guests were present. In the absence of Mrs. fly Bratina (lesson leader) Mrs. Holmes White from the Wizard Clipp Club gave a very interesting lesson on "Cultural Values of Appalachian Women." We were very pleased to have Mary with us, she belonged to Leetown Club before Wizard Clipp was organized. Mrs. Whitmore and co-hostess Mrs. Elmo Haunas served delicious refreshments. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Bill Hendricks. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gibson, California and Mrs. Eldridge Baker Martinsburg visited in the Village on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Gibson will be remembered as (Betty Bane) they lived at the Cottage. While here they visited 'and son Scott, Morgantown and Paelo Russco, Milan Italy spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Zack Fleming.Paelo is spending sometime with Scott VanCamp, while here he has been to Washington and other places of interest. Scott was an exchange student last year and visited with Russco family. Mr. Leonard Stuckey was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Monte Stuckey and family on Sunday. Jeff Bullock ran a pitch fork in his leg requiring stitches while teresting speaker. Her talk was based mainly on the West Virginia women but she said Appalachian covered a part of 13 states. The Cultural values she brought out were traditionalism, familytism, neighborlinessism, love of home place, in- dividualism, per.sonalism, modesty, sense of humor and religion. Mter the lesson there was roll call, the minutes of the last two meetings and the Treasure's report. All reports for the year were turned in to the chairman and the president called for any old HERE NOW AT RESTAURAM Located On State Route 9 at Jefferson Avenue New York Style Pizza Fresh Maryland Crabs In addition to our other Fine Italian Dishes LUNCHEON end DINNER HOURS: TUES,-WED.-THURS. ! 1:30 AM to ! 1:30 PM Friday & Saturday 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM SUNDAY 12 to 10 PM CLOSED MONDAY FOR RESERVATIONS& CARRYOUT CALL 725- 3366 PUBLIC AUCTION OF VALUABLE ANTIQUES - GUNS- TELEPHONE Due to a lack of room I will sell the following at the Clarke County Ruritan Fairground located 1 mile west of Berryville, Va. on old Route 7 on. 00VEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4 Beginning at I0 A. M.. Oak roll top desk; walnut corner cupboard; wooden ice box; walnut jelly safe; 2 wall telephones (excellent shape) ; oak kitchen cabinet; jelly safe; blanket chest; high back walnut bed; 2 Oak washstands; oak dresser; pine washstand; 4 ladder back chairs; 4 country-style chairs; 2 barrel back chairs; high back swivel chair; Duncan Phyfe sofa; 2 Duncan Phyfe drop leaf tables; pine dry sink; dinner bell; pie safe; oak chest; high chair; pine wash stand; mahogany library table; mahogany dresser; gate leg table; 3 rockers; Franklin stove; fireplace screen and irons; copper boiler; copper pots; 3 leg copper urn; brass pots; brass port holes; crocks; cherry seeder; coffee grinder and box; corn grinder; R.G. Reynolds tobacco cutter; shoe last; iron pots; iron skillet; cow bells; 2-5 gal. glass bottles; 2 gal. keg; woven basket; picture frames; mirror; dishes: lardpress; sausage grinder; meat slicer; ice cream freezer; wire egg basket; sheep shears; 2 wagon wheels; pair of new ladder hooks; bicycle; 2 large wash tubs; 500 or more 1957 uncir, pennies; Flint lock pistol; ladies Kentucky rifle; double barrel muzzle loader inlaid in silver; 6 old guns; Smith and Wesson 20 guage single barrel shot gun; J.C. Higgins .20 guage 3 shot belt action shot gun; .12 guage single barre; shot gun; Civil War pictures in frame 'Battle of Cedar Creek and Sher- man's march on Winchester) ; Civil War mini balls; sword in case. A lot of articles too numerous to mention; Terms: CASH. Nothing to be moved until settled for. WD. ORNDORFF, AUCT. 1-703-955-2632 Mrs. Catherine Cline Not responsible for accidents on premises Lunch rights Sept. 28-1t Ill / ARTS * CRAFTS * DELICIOUS FOOD* FOLK & BLUE GRASS MUSIC featuring noted groups such as "Booger Hole Revival", "Pine Island", "Hot Mud Family", "Rector, Clifton & ,Stover'; "'Mountain Grass", and all M.C. 'd by Dr. Harold McMullen. A special invitation is extended to all the people of Jefferson County to at- tend this Fall Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival. Enjoy over 125 ar- tists and craftsmen who have been carefully screened for their high quality craft that is available at the most reasonable of prices. Delight in the ex- cellent food that is available, and you are invited to picnic right on the spacious grounds. Be entertained by the finest in Blue Grass and Folk music that will be featured all 3 days. But ... you are especially invited to at- tend the festival that has provided tile non-profit and charitable organizations in Jefferson County witll nearly $200,(X)0.00 the past few years. We feel that any event that can provide this kind of support to Jeffer- son County deserves your support. Don't you? Plan now to attend this weekend. Published as a Public Service by ... W. Washington St., Charles Town Phone 018 MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBERF.D.I.C. Delicious refreshments were served preceding the meeting. Prepared Childbirth Classes At Middleway On Monday, October 2, an eight week series of classes in i f i prepared ch|ldb|rth will be o- fered in Middleway. Each class, i starting at 7:30 p.m. Mondays, ,! will look at different aspects of] pregnancy, childbirth, and care I of the newborn. The major area of con- centration is preparation for labor and childbirth through a knowledge of what will be happening, and developing skill in Lamaze breathing techniques and other comfort measures to use during labor and birth. The goal of the class is to provide a happy, healthy birth experience for mother, father and baby. Couples expecting a baby in November, December, or January are welcome to attend. To register, call Vicki Verburg at 725-8169. All-gear drive gives you added workpower, saves gas American-built. Handles 4 g S' mowers. 12" plow, 32' tiller, 48" snowblow. 4  dozer, Sales and Service % ton loader log-splitter. See Financing Available our display today, R ZACHGO and SONS 662-2768 Rt. 7 East, Winchester, Va. (Behind Denny's Furniture) If You Have Electrical Problems CALL US MAGAHA, Inc. SPECIALIZING IN Commercial & Industrial Wiring & Service STOCKING: Many Brand Names of: Electrical Devices & Equipment Flourescent & Incadescent Lamps Water Heater Elements & Electric Heaters And Many Popular Types & Sizes of Wire DIAL 725- 5516 MAGAHA, Inc. North George St.. Ranson, W.Va. YOU ARE INVITED TO THE... I Mountain Heritage, Arts &Crafts Festival I I Sept. 29, 30 and Oct. I, 1978 Near Harpers .I/a. II