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WATCH FOR O OCT. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 17 THUIL_SDAY, SEPTEMBER , lifts 12-13.14 m mmm mmm In | minim imm mmm '00hdstmas In September" Week-end Most Successful Beautiful Show We Ever Seen" was the of opinion of those the 2nd Annual "Christmas in Festival" in and crowd -- much larger a last year's -- saw and was to buy a variety of There were preserves made by Jackie 4-H'r with many to attest to their per- These were all dressed for the Holiday. Power showed ver- displaying decoupage silk flowers and -- both jewelry and and her group's , was an "Eye God" wind thing so well it was in i)erpetual Seeley's display, "I'm of a White Christ- s" was, of course, all in including the Christmas Brandenburg, a most )lished ceramist many new items. the show judges, Mrs an art teacher in the Shepherdstown Schools, and Miss Karen Bowles, an art major at Shepherd College, chose the quilting display of Gall Smallwood of Charles Town as the best in the show, for which she received a $25 award from the Festival Committee. Second was Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Claus of Kearneysville, with their beautiful stained glass for which they received a $I0 award. Third place and $5 went to the Ham- mond sisters, Mable Lee and Emma, for their beautiful needlework. Punch was served from a large earthernware bowl. The cookies were tasty, and the appointments were in keeping with the Yule Season. Background Christmas music was furnished by Arthur Prather. TheCommittee for the festival is composed of a non-profit group of volunteer ladies. Mrs. Ramona Linton was acting General Chairman. The Com- mittee is already accepting pre- registrations for the 1979 show, which can be made at The Serendipity Arts and Crafts Shop on E. German Street. All proceeds were retained by individual participants. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Joyce Rudolph Dial 725-7909 PTA NEWS South Jefferson PTA new year with a time at a covered dish held on the school on Monday evening, ber 18th, with ap- 75 people in at- Following the meal business meeting was by the new president, Violet Clendening with kced on introduction teaching personnel and passing of the proposed for the year Prior to film PTA - People Taking was shown to orient the through a little PTA , and current objectives at of the meeting a of attending parents was determine the winner of coveted banner for the month with Mrs. Nancy Cline's third grade class the victor. Next month's meeting will feature a children's talent show. Also during the month of Oc- tober the PTA plan to make apple butter. This is a major fund raising activity each year, and the group is searching for apples. If you are in position to donate fruit for this project, please call either Mr. John Rose, Principal of South Jef- ferson Elementary, 725-8043, Mrs. Debbie Bane, fund-raising chairman, 725-5240, or Mrs. Jeanette Nagley, co-chairman, 7254843. And a delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings was prepared by the PTA on Saturday evening, September 23rd, and served to 58 members and guests of the Jefferson County Chapter of the American Red Cross at their annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner. CHURCH NEWS On Monday afternoon the monthly BWMU bible study met at the home of Mrs. Hilda Cheshire. Six members were present and the study was led by Mrs. Sherry Drish. This week was Pulpit Ex- change Sunday at the Baptist Church with the Reverend Jerry Moore leaving his church to preach in Stanley, Va. and in exchange the Reverend Glenn Jude of Greenway Baptist Church near Stephens City presided over the service here. On Sunday evening Mr. Charles Hnckaby and Mr. Earl Ellifritz were ordained as deacons in the Baptist Church at a service conducted by Chaplain Fred Duckett of the VA Center. A group of our-county Senior Citizens presented a program of music to a capacity crowd at the United Methodist Church on Sunday evening. The weekly meeting of the Sharing Group met at the home of Mrs. Carol Del-Colle with 10 ladies present. This is an in- terdenominational group that shares God's Good News beginning at 10:00 each Wed- nesday. An open invitation is extended. 4-H NEWS The Busy Bees 4-H Club met at the home of Leslie Eges on Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 7:30 p.m. During the meeting the following people were elected as officers: Kendall DeHaven- president, Brian Henry- yice President, Nicole Nolregga- secretary, Stephanie Cheshire- Treasurer, Kevin Johnson- reporter, and Belinda Burch- devotional leader. Also a skating party was scheduled for Sept. at the Berryville Skating Rink to begin at 7:30 p.m. On Monday Mr and Mrs. Ulis Johnson and their house guests Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson were dinner guests of Mrs. Beulah Whetzel and family in Shady Acres, and on Thursday both Johnson families motored to Mathis W.Va. to spend the day at Mr. Ulis Johnson's hunting cabin. Then on Friday following a fre days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson returned to their home in Bessemer City, N.C. Also Mr. Wade Wharton and Miss Flora Price of Charles Town visited with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson on Sunday. On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wagner of York, Pa. visited with the latter's brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins. Also visitors at the Jenkin's home during the week were Mrs. Howard Shewbridge of Charles Town on Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye of Charles Town, Mr. Woodroe Jenkins of Ranson and ROSEN'S 117 W.Washington Street IN Downtown Chides Town of WRANGLERS JEANS ounce Blue ,infer,eL.No Fault Flare Legs. to 42 waist -- U9 9 Reg. *16.99 E COACH GYM SHOES CONVERSE GYM SHOES Reg. '11.99 799 NOW JUST SWEAT SHIRTS LADLES DUSTER .9.99 Long Flannelette Duster Front Rag. e.oo --)99 =/99 S to XL Just I off our regular discount Size 7 to 8% & 9 to 11 Price on any Blanket Bought Styles that were NOW 10o put on Layaway Up to 3.00 JUST 2 Pr. LADIES SHOES Group of Shoes Were to '16.99 "99 NOW JUST CHILDRENS SHOES Group of Shoes that wore to '14.99 A99 NOW JUST LADIES and GIRLS MEN'S & BOY'S WINTER COATS WINTER JACKETS 20 % off 20 % off ENTIRE STOCK ENTIRE STOCK Mrs. Tony Bydle'r and daughter I the observance of Holy Corn- Jean of Clarke County on Sun- I reunion by Christians day. [everywhere throughout the On Tuesday evening Mr.lworld. The Harpers Ferry Ernest Rudolph attended the ] Parish is made up of five United monthly leadership'meeting of the church at Middlway held at the home of Mr. Clay Stamey in Shady Acres. On Friday Mrs. Jim Whit- tington and daughters, Kim, Shorten and Tracey of Ranson visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph. Also on Friday Kelli Gainer was an over- night guest of the Rudolphs. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Del-Colle and children enjoyed a weekend visit from the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward King of Landover, Md. They arrived on Friday evening and returned home on Monday. On Saturday Mrs. King and Mrs. Del-Colle and children, Tony, Michelle and Mark went to the Quilt Show held at the White Church in Mid- dleway sponsored by the Summit Point Extension Homemaker's Club featuring many heirloom pieces and quilts made by local people, on Sunday both families enjoyed dinner at the Bonanza Steak House in Winchester. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michael of Augusta visited with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and Stephanie. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. William Crim honored their daughter Missy on her 6th bir- thday at a party held in their home. Missy's guests were. her brother Bill Bill, Melody Crim, Robbie Carper, Cindy ShanholzterJ.D. Davis, Tally Crim and Kathy and David Dilloe of Kearneysville. Also present were her paternal grandmother Mrs. Margaret Crim and aunt Mrs. Betty Dillow, Mrs. Ginger Shanholt- zer, Mrs. Becky Davis, Mrs. Patsy Carper and her aunt Mrs. Debbie Crim. On Tuesday Mrs. Patsy Carper and Mr. Jimmy Davis visited with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Crim and daughter Summer in their newly built home in Green Acres in Winchester. Pieter Vantol spent the weekend at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Vontol. While here he visited with many of his friends and returned to St. Albans School in the D.C. area on Sunday were he is a resident student. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Tom Housden was ad- mitted on Sunday to the Jet: ferson Memorial Hospital for treatment and observation and will remain a patient for a few days. Don't forget the im- pertance of sending cards! Wodd Communion Harpers UM Sunday, October I The Harpers Ferry Parish of The United Methodist Church will celebrate World! Com- munion Sunday, October 1, with a special outdoor Communion service on Bolivar Heights at 11:15 a.m. Preaching at this service will be the Reverend Gary Ball Kilbourne, pastor of the Bolivar, Engle, and Millville United Methodist Churches. Celebrating the Lord's Supper will be the Reverend J. Michael Smith, pastor of the Camp Hill- John Wesley and Bethesda Molers Cross Roods) United Metltodist Churches. Choirs. from the Bolivar and Camp Hill- John Wesley Churches will sing. In case of rain, this service will he held at the Bolivar United Methodist Church. World Communion Sunday is the day set aside each year for Methodist Churches serving Harpers Ferry, Bolivar, Millville, Engle and Molers Crossroads. Fdm Presentation tuesday, October 3 At Church Of Christ A Ken Anderson Films Presentation entitled "Toby's Treehouse" will be shown this Tuesday, Oct. 3, at the Bolivar International Pentecostal Church of Christ, located ad- jacent to KOA Kampgrounds south of Harpers Ferry. The service will begin at 7:30 p.m. A boy blessed with affluence and special privileges faces up to his selfishness and blind prejudice in this unusual film, which is especially geared towards younger people. Toby and his gang comprise the membership of a Sunday School class, with the exclusion of one boy, Randy. Toby insists Randy is a thief, and that he attends the class only to get in on all the fun planned by the teacher, a young man with a special gift for relating Biblical truth to young minds. Toby's best friend Joe Teams with the Sunday School teacher, however, in a successful effort to ferret out the truth about Randy. The results make this a very intriguing and unique film which conveys some deep lessons to young people about selfishness and prejudice. The pastor, the Rev. Samuel Miller, invites the public to attend free of charge. For further information call 535- 6919. Public Meeting On Highways In Section Od. 3 At House If you are concerned about roods in your area and want your voice to be heard, the West Virginia Department of High- ways is offering the opportunity to express those opinions at a public meeting October 3. To be held in cooperation with' the Region Nine Planning and Development Council covering Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties, the meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Jefferson County Courthouse's Circuit Courtroom in Charles Town. Highway Commissioner Charles L. Miller will speak briefly on funding priorities and advise citizens on how to provide information to and receive in- formation from the Department of Highways. Following the presentation, the Commissioner will open the floor to questions and comments. In addition to Miller and other highway officials, information about the Department and area projects will be available to those attending the gathering, the seventh of 11 annual regional public meetings to be held throughout the state during September, October and November. Presblterhn Women Meeting October 1 A meeting of all Presbyterian women in District I of Shenandoah Presbytery has! been announced by the chair-i man, Mrs. Alec Costello, of l Halltown. The meeting will convene Sunday, October 1, at 2:00 p.m. at the Little Falls Presbyterian Church, Falling Waters, Berkeley County. Presbyterial officers will conduct workshops i for all local WOC officers. ELECT C.B. (Churlie) CLENDENING County Commissioner Harpers Ferry District GENERAL ELECTION NOV. 7, 1978 Parents Twins Club Meeting October 3 E VERM A N The Shenandoah Valley 03 OuSE Parents of Twins Club will hold its next monthly meeting Tuesday, October 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the Northwestern Workshop, 329 No. Cameron St., in Win- 1 S.Lowrence St. chester, Va. The semi-annual clothing sale will be the feature CHARLES TOWN,W,VA. of the evening. All members are PHONE: 725-2198 invited to bring a friend. Any parent, grandparent or guardian of multiple birth children interested in joining the club may call 263-8438 or write to Rt. I, Box 223 R, Martinsburg, W.Va., 25401. Landmarks Commission To Meet Satunta7 At 10; Hugh Miller b Speake Announcement was made this week that the Charles Town Historic Landmarks Com- mission will hold a meeting at the Civic Center in auditorium area on East Washington Street. Charles Town Saturday mor- ning, Sept. 30, at 10 a.m. :,;,;,;,;,,;,;,;,,,;,;,;,,,,;,-,;,.,-,-,- -,-,- -,...,. -,-,..,..,., .,.,,,: ........................ -,. Hugh C. Miller, AIA, and a .., ............... ..........%...:.:..:......:.:.....:.:.:...:...:...:...:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.:...:.:.:...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:: historical architect, will present :::i a combination talk and slide  EVERMAN presentation on the preservation and restoration of old houses. HorsEu Mr. Perry heard him speak, and believes his remarks will not only be informative but very interesting. T 03 S. Lawrence St. Please let your friends know Tn w about this. There will be no Charles n, W, Va. charge. PHONE. - 725 " 2198 LEGAL NOTICE The State of West Virginia i!! I requestbidson: li!)BeOENNINO OCT. 2rid. iii File 21, Req. No. 906837; Spending Unit, WVU; Corn- :.: :': modify, 1 Under Tree Hoe and iii MON. 10:00 A. M.-5:00 A/Li! Req No. 906838; Spending Unit. WVU; Commedity ,. TUES. 10,' ,4, M, - 5,'00 P, L Hydra-00d00er.00 M00el 00l!ii00O " !i with accessories or equal; Bid lOeeO0 A. M, - 5.'00 P. M. Opening Date and Time' I0"II" iii) Me i) 7, 11:00 l THURS. 10:00 A. - 9:00 P. M. unless submitted on forms prescribed by the Purchasin, g Division. Specifications avml- able upon application. GLENN R. CUMMINGS Director Sept. 2s-2t WHEAT WEAVING WORKSHOP THURSDA Y, OCT. 12th. 7P. M. - 9 P. M. MAKE BEAUTIFUL FALL DECORATIONS & CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS USING NATURAL WHEAT File 42' Req" N" 55; Spending ] ii!i F' :ii Unit, Shepherd College; Corn- 10.'00 A.M. 5:00 P. M. modity, Quantity of Health Fitness Equipment; Bid I iil SI ,:: : ::::: A  FI Me !il 78,Opening2:00. Date and Time, I0-II- Me , Req. 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