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JEFFERSON COUNTY GIRL WINS TOP HONORS IN LIVESTOCK ROUNDUP SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST i 4 WIN 4-H SHOWMANSHIP HONORS: Gaining honors in the girls' senior Showmanship Contest at the 47th Annual state 4-H and FFA, Future of America, Livestock Round-up held recently at Jackson's Mill Kimberly Brown of Jefferson County, first; Sandy Dunkle, of Pen- County, second; and Berry McDonald, of Harrison County, third. Mrs. Darlene Cole, Mrs. SILVER GROVE Beatrice Everhart, Mrs. Diane JuanitaBuzzard Neidringhaus, Mr. and Mrs. William Dunn, Mrs. Lee Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waters celebrated his Smallwood. A birthday cake in on Sunday with a the form of a guitar was baked ? given by his parents, Mr. along with cupcakes, chips, ice Mrs. Raymond Waters. cream and iced tea was served present were: Mr. and to all. Kenney received many Christine and Kelly Buz- nice gifts. Tracey Cole, Laura Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and "inghaus, Ronnie and son of Parkview Trailer Court Smith, Jennifer and were visitors during the week Donald and Larry with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Chris, Mac, Lisa and Rodgers. r Stewart, Tara and Rubie Christine Buzzard celebrated Loretta and Sherry her 12th birthday on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Nelson with a party given by her Mr. and Mrs. Ralph parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mrs. Juanita Buzzard, Buzzard. Those present were: NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION FOR RENEWAL OF AND ADDITION TO SCHOOL LEVIES TO THE VOTERS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, W. VA. TAKE NOTICE Lg of the Board of Education of the County State of West Virginia, held on the 12th day of Sep- 1977, at which hme a quorum of said Board was present the following order was made and entered record, to-wit: Board of Education of the County of Jefferson, being of the the maximum levies for current expenses authorized Lpter 11, of the Code of West Virginia, as amended, provide sufficient funds for the payment of current ex- the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson, in- or the purpose hereinafter set forth, and that should he held to increase such levies under the of Section 16, Article 8, Chapter 11 of .the Code, as it is hereby ordered: purpose for which additional funds are needed is as s: Supplementing expenditures within the General Current , continuing supplement to teacher salaries operation of schools in general that are under the tion of the Board of Education of the County of Jefferson. the approximate amount needed before making all for delinquencies, exonerations, et cetera, for such is approximately $961,302. per year aggregating ap- aately $4,806,510. for the term of this levy. the and aggregate assessed value of each class within the County of Jefferson, is as follows: - $II,330,965; Class II - $64,258,080; Class Ill - $,50,798,420; V - $18,957,410; - $145,344,875. nal rate of levy in cents on each class follows: Class I - 2.95 cents; Class II - 5.90 cents; - 11.80 cents; Class IV - 11.80 cents. the proposed total of levy in cents on each class of as follows: Class I - 22.95 cents; Class II - 45.90 cents; 91.80 cents; Class IV - 91.80 cents. the proposed years to which the additional levy shall fiscal years beginning July I, 1978, July I, 1979, July I, 1, 1981; July I, 1982. the Board of Education will not issue bonds, as provided pter II, Article 8, Section 16 of the West Virginia Cede, as upon approval of the proposed increased levy. [uestion of such additional levies shall be submitted to e at a special election, to be held on the 25th day of October, notice calling such election shall he given by the of this order as a Class II-0 legal advertisement in with he provisions of Article 3, Chapter 59 of the West Code, as amended, and the publication area for such shall be the territory in which the election is held. All of the laws concerning general elections shall apply s they are practicable. ballot to be used at such elections shall be in the form OFFICIAL LEVY BALLOT Election to authorize additional levies for the fiscal nning July 1, 1978, July 1, 1979, July 1, 1980, July I, 1981, and for the purpose of supplementing expenditures general current expense budget, such as conUnuing to teacher salaries and the operation of schools in r the jurisdiction of the Board of Education of of Jefferson, aggregating, before making allowances exonerations, et cetera, approximately $951,302, a period of five years, according to the order of the of the County of Jefferson, entered on the 12th 1977." levy shall be on Class I property. 2.95 cents; on -5.90 cents; on Class Ill property - 11.80 cents; on property - II.80 cents. total of levy in cents on each class of property: cents; Class II - 45.90 cents; Class Ill - 91.80 cents; 91.80 cents. FOR THE LEVIES  AGAINST THE LEVIES the levies, place (Xln the square before "For the against the levies, place (X)in the square before Levies',. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF JEFFERSON BY: RICHARD E. NEAL, President H. Frazier, Secretary Kelly Buzzard, Jackie Sherry, Cindy Everhart, Tracy Cole, Roxanne and Ricky Everhart, Ronda Grove, Laura Neidringhaus, April and Audrey Hendricks, Patty and Greg Staubs, Kenney Waters, Nathan and Gene Dinterman, Junior, Chris, Mae and Lisa Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart, Mrs. Lucille Waters, Mrs. Thelma Cogle, Mrs. Darlene Cole, Mrs. Paula Smith and Ronnie and Danike, and Mrs. Delma Staubs. Refreshments consisted of cake, chips, bubble gum and iced tea. Christine received nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogie. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and children of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and' daughter, and Mr. Charles Grove were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. Gary Hariss of Dargan, Md., was a visitor during the week with Miss Susan Cogle and her parents, Walter and Mildred. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs and Pat and Grey were visitors on Thursday with Mrs. Leona Staubs. Mr. Ernest Seal of Mar- tinsburg, was a visitor on Saturday with Mrs. Leona Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staubs of Baltimore, Md., were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Leona Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters, were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and Brian were supper guests on Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherdstown. Mr. Elzy Longerbeam of Mt. Mission, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove and family of Virginia; Mrs. Ethel Carlbough, of Shepherdstown, and Mrs. Dorothy Grove were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Desrl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fritts, Mrs. Meadows, and Mrs. Hilda Piper, motored to Hilltop House on Sunday and enjoyed dinner. Afterwards they visited the Locust Grove Rest Rome and presented gifts there. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Haugh of Wayneboro, Pa., were visitors on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mr. and Mrs. Buz Willingham of Brunswick, Md., were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Long and granddaughter Barbara, and Mrs. Liza Milton were visitors last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D earl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen were supper guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mrs. Shelva Cogle and children were visitors on Monday with Mrs. Liza Whit- more and family. Mrs. Elsie Cook was a visitor on Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Barbara Staubs and daughter of Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Sbepherdstown, were visitors on Monday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mrs. Ethel Carlbough of Shepherdstown was a visitor on with Mr. and Mrs. Grove and sore. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond waters and son were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Never expect good luck to make up for loaf- ing. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus The Rippon Go-Getters 4-H Club will sponsor a skating party on Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Berryville Roller rink at 7:30 p.m., till 10, for members and guests. South Jefferson Elementary PTA will meet Oct. 17, 7 p.m. There will be a covered dish dinner for parents and teachers. Following the dinner, Mr. Donald Mickey will have a program for Exceptional children. Babysitting will be provided. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoyle and sons of Gaithersburg, Md.; Mrs. Judy Honsden, Mrs. Louise Somers and daughter, Shelly of Ranson. Mrs. David Housden and sons of Shenandoah June- tion, and Miss Marsha Denny were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and family. Mrs. Julia Rnden, Sr., and friends of Richmond, Va., spent Wednesday at the home of Miss Welford Smith and family. Mrs. Mary Kershner ac- companied her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kretzer and son Roy, of Hagerstown, to the home of Mary's sister and husband, Margaret and Tony Ceravalo for dinner on Sunday. Mrs. Sally Bell and Mrs. Baker Penwell attended the hymn sing on Saturday at Daisy Baptist Church at Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Sunday guests of her nephew and wife, Ricky and Kathy Pope. Other guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pope and son of Boyce, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pope of Berryville. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hetzd and sons, of Blacksburg, Va., spent several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., and family. Mr. Hetzel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel of Lutherville, Md., joined them on Saturday and were lunch guests at Silver Springs. Mrs. Gregory Jenkins and little Gregory accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins of Berryville. Mrs. Ricky Whittington and daughter of Kabletown, called at the home of Mrs. Barbara Jenkins on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Trotter spent two weeks' vacation in North and South Carolina and Georgia visiUng relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo and family. Mrs. JoAnn Alexandria, of Charles Town; Mrs. Deloris Coates were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Penwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Painter, Mt. Mission; Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwdl of Bloomery and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman of Mt. Mission, were Sunday visitors at" the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Fritts. The Rippon Go-Getters . 4-H Club met at home of Debbie Haines on Wednesday, Oct. 5. Public meeting and dinner was held. After dinner, Frank Adams showed slides on Hawaii where he spent some time this past summer. There were 60 4-H members and parents and families at- tended the meeting and dinner. Special guests were Jim Staley, 4-H agent, and his wife, and Steve Washburn, Extension Agent, and his wife. Shannon Michell celebrated her 5th birthday on Sunday, Oct. 9, at the home of her great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Penwell in Kabletown. Dennis Whittington left on Sunday at 9:30 from Dulles Airport to fly to St. Louis, Miss., to be in the Virginia NaUonal Guard. He will be stationed at Ft. Lenwood. Dennis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wenwell "Pet" Whittington. His wife Vicky and children, will he making their home with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Penwell and family while Dennis is gone. Miss Lucille Smith of Berryville, was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., and family at Silver Springs. -::-..-::. :.%-:.:: -: -:-:-:-:- - -. - -. BLUE RIDGE ACRES Libby Cooper %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%=J  7_% " On Sunday, Oct. 2nd, Marilyn and Jim Pinson had Open House from 2 to 4 p.m. and from what I hear a great time was had by all. Sorry I had to miss but I just was unable to make it. They tied it in with son Mike's 18th birthday and had a surprise party for him from 5 to 8 p.m. with band and all, E.D. Duzit from Martinsburg, which I understand was enjoyed by youngsters and oldsters alike. Some of the earlier guests on and hated,to leave. Sounds like it was the higgee of the year and Marilyn and Jim bad a good time. Last Thursday morning, B. J. LaMotte, Mary Bell, Lil Craghead, Ruth Lerch and Ruthie VanVleck took off for Reading, Pa., to shop, Christ- mas, personal and a little something for the respective hnbbies, too. They had lunch at a place on a hilltop closely resembling a medieval castle which they found most en- joyable. After spending the night and a little more shopping the next day, they all returned on Friday P.M., tired, broke, but happy and looking forward to the next trip. Pauline Vale and Clark and Beth Browning spent a few days with Suzy Lane in Richmond, Va. A good hit of Ume was taken up with cards but they did all go to Williamsburg and managed a bit of sight seeing. They also had planned to go to Busch Gardens and King's Dominion but as of the first of October, these places are only open on weekends so they missed out on that. I had said that I would mention other guests at the bull roast but it seems I just have not made contact with the right folks. My apologies, please. Before I forget, Friday night wilj he the first Friday night supper of this season at the club house, come and enjoy the fellowship as well as the food. Sunday night, the Bells. LaMottes, Lerches and Cragheads had a pot luck supper at the VanVleck's. Ruthie and Bill supplied Happy Hour and dessert and the other couples brought chicken, vegetables, p "Fall Remval' Is Set For ML Zion Methodist Church The Mt. Zion U.M. Church on South Charles Street, Charles Town, will he having their "Fall Revival" services beginning Oct. 17 thru 21 nightly beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday night, the Rev. E. E. Baltimore of the King's Apostle Holiness Church of Ranson, will he the speaker and the men are m charge of the services. Tuesday, the Youth choir is in charge of the services. The Rev. Thomas Grant of the Sylvannah Baptist Church of Rippon will be the speaker. Wednesday, the Rev. Moore of the St. Luke Baptist Church d Berryville,. Va., will be the speaker, with the Senior choir in charge. Thursday, the Young Workers of Mt. Zion will be in charge and Rev. A. Moser, Jr., will be the speaker. Friday, the Gospel choir is in charge and Bishop Walter Newman, assistant pastor of the House of Prayer, will he the speaker. Refreshments will be served after the service each night. SUNDAY SERVICES FOR LEETOWN BAPTISTS The Rev. John M. Emert, pastor of the Leetown Baptist Church, announces the following services and activites: Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday School, Harold Gray, director; 11 a.m., Morning Worship; 7:30 p.m., Evening Worship. Monday, 6:30 p.m., Youth choir. Tuesday, 7 p.m., Choral Echoes. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Prayer service. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Children's choir; 8 p.m., Adult choir. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1977 17 DAYAN ON PEACE Israel{ Foreign Minister ] Moshe Dayan, hinting he has I met with Arab leaders, said he believes a Middle East peace conference can be convened before the end of the year AMTRAK & PETS Rover and Fido no longer can ride on Amtrak trains be- cause the rail corporation says it can't afford to comply with new federal regulations on the transportation of pets 1 ! 7 W. Washington St. IN Downtown Charles Town SPORT BOOTS FOR SPORTSMEN Built With gusto to give you miles of Pleasure in The great outdoors. Real Quality and Value PRICED FROM s2199 TO S24900 INSULATED STYLES s2499 & s2999 NOTICE Last Payment On Your 1977 Christmas Club 00ill Be At ZOO P. M. Friday, October 21sL PEOPLES BANK OF CHARLES TOWN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Oct. 13- 2t. 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