Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
November 8, 1984     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 9     (9 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 9     (9 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 8, 1984

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1984 9 3, ~ s Club EnJoys Susan W doskl Nameqi Top C entury Staff Members Jefferson County. y wled Entertainment III Leader At Jefferson High Human Services 100% United Way ,~ :: by Rebecca Moore,' i i~ :" : Susan Wydoski, a senior at Jdfevson Susan s plan includes a career in 1 .lik.~ ~ High School, has been named the medicine yet she~s undecided which ~ i~ii~i~i ; school's top Century HI Leader accor- college she would like to attend. Her ding to Mr. Warren Carter, principal, hobbies include reading and writing to ~ -- The 17 year old daughter of Mr and pen pals. ~ lmll~.( Mrs. Richard Wydoski m now eligible "This project gave me the oppor- to compete with other local winners tunity to use my imagination and put ~i ~[ from around the state for one of two my ideas into writing. It was a sur- ~ ~ $1500 scholarships and an all-expense prise, but I'm pleased," remarked l~i~]r~ t~ paid trip to the Century III Leaders Susan about her win. ~~ National Conference, March 15-18, in Runner-up in the competition at Jef- Colonial Williamsburg, Va. ferson High School was Margaret~ i State winners will compete for the Liskey. ~ ~ national winner s prize of an addi- This is the tenth year of the Century ~~ ~ ~ :~ tional $10,000 scholarship. III Leaders program, which awards a The Century III Leaders program is total of $218,500 in scholarships of 204 l[ designed to bring together andyoung leaders. Century III is spon- ~ ii 1 recognize student leaders who show sored and administered by the Na- 1 both strong leadership abilities and an tional Association of Secondary School ][ ~ interest m the future of America. Principals and funded by the Shell I Susan was judged on the basis of Companies Foundation, Inc. ~u~:~;~" m ~ leadership skills, school and oommum- The Williamsburg meeting will be ty involvement, and a current events highlighted by major speakers and NOt navlng a place to take a coHee break floesn t fleter Jef- .~=u~ examination. She also wrote a short seminars, along with discussions ferson County Department of Human Services workers when 4 - essay on a particular issue that among stud en~ and Leaders from the some homemade fudge is around. Gathered in the file room- i~ e rfl,cnallen es Amernca nn ds third worms m ousmess, eaucauon ano Mild eeting of the Shenherdstown Men s Club earlv last g recentionist area where they were lauded for their norfect "- . . century, overnment. -. . . . r-- . .s dember Tom Hahn displayed and described some of g participation m the State's Employee Combined Campmgn laerable collection of Indian artifacts, such as tools, Kiwanis Club To Hold i -* - n.n. are (I to r) Janet Bailey, Cindy Allen, Paul Denchy, Bonnie ,weapons fashioned from stones. Here he describes . /!kru$[ xnlDl[ Mason and Ruth Gregory. Staff not present for the picture !0 Ioy h e in detail. At the next meeting of the Men's Club, Pancake Dinner At A. 1Ll 6 l are Penny Allen and Donald Dick. " r u for Wednesday, November 14th, at the War wz /- ~ ~T 1 ,~, "~ .PII, 1511tlt~l- IIUtI~I For their 100% participation in this ed those who reached total participa- anal B W nt uenn l~ov. 1o-1~ r I h s tried to do somethm' than b th~s ear s cam n coor uilding at 6:30 p.m the speaker will be Polly y LeoSoe a " g years State Employees Combined " y ' y paig - n, assistant to the director of the Eastern Panhandle The Kiwanis Club of Charles Town about the weather and to make a liv- Campaign, Jefferson County Depart- dinator, Sallye Heffle. .- Center. describin Center activiti Also on the Annual Paneake Dinn~r and Breakfast ing as an artist. He has never jousted merit of Human Services staff Jefferson County staff consists at ]Klar fn w~.-.~ ( -~-, -- ^--~-- -- -- - will be held at the Wri-ht D with a windmill, nor tried to squeeze members were lauded and treated. Paul Denchy, Janet Bailey, Penny ~-:~uay, ~,~ovemoer lore a~ o:~o p.m. ,a Elementary School cafet~'r~ l~c~a~ toothpaste backintothetube. Hehas Area Administrator Lloyd E. Allen, Cindy Allen, Ruth Gregory, :-g runner given by the Shepherdstown Women s o- ~ ~,~-~,-, gtr,~, in Ch~ b,~ "r,~, squeezed a lot of paint from a tube, O'Briend~clared, "I am very proud of Bonnie Mason and Donald Dick. ~ Which Men's Club members and their wives have on F"'rida""~'~No"veml)er l"6"-fr~m'5.~ and the results constitute the next art the Jefferson Office staff and believe IJl lr[ ,-) ) .vv " ,mVited; reservations should be made by November 9th p m to 8"00 p m and Saturdav exhibnt at the year old Entl Hotel they are the first county off ce to have OPEN Hflllg[ FOR -- " r wlt rm gMrs. Robert Hockensmith at 876-6219 NovemberlT, from 7 : 30 to noon. The mShephedsto . . . allstaffdonating.IbehevethmmLhetr ~n0k I~J~JlUCD IDV dsal~sa " cost will be $3.00 for adults and $.1 50 . The artist spent 21 years u'aveiing way of showing appreciation to many. ou,u nu~n~uw~.n,mnn. . with~e~oA--]D O" rla ~f'tP for children under l2 years. Proceeds mthe.AmencanNavyasac~efPet: ofhhepartlc~patmgUnntedWayagen- The chJldren and grandchildren will rap lngers iO ~Iler from this year's Pancake Days will be ty Ofhcer,, recoramg ana. cies they frequently call u,pon m help host an open house Sunday, November .~.~a~ ~l ]b~r~| -a x-~,~c7 !-,! ~ m ~,l,~ a ~ *" "~'vh'l" ,Iv i; ~v TTnd ~,-;V V.~.~=~uo,~n forecasting, meteorological and us help someone in need. 11, at Cliffside Inn, Harpers Ferry, in lsdllglOil .Patl n lit 18" ur d "J'alpnf Children " Come ioin us for Dinner or oceanograpnicevents. They also were delivered a batch of honor of the S0th Wedding anniversary ,~ --- --,~,~v~- x~,~ avvu9 ~ua~, Hm work has been exhibited from homemade fu e for reaching the of Mr and Mrs Frank Kxdwiler, of cafi ~:j~f, v Breakfast on November 16 and 17) " " " dg " . . " " . ,~llo~xerso ~ - New York to Florida, as well as in 100% mark Homemade cakes and Bakerton The affair will be held in the inc. - ,-up ~mgers navet=nanes town uaptist t=nurcn unaer This " ' asedl~ a~:l~ a local con~lo mer lat' m nf th#di~fi~n ~l"kwma (~ vui~ a harbor- ~LI.BR00K A0XIlJARY Cuba, Greece and Iceland. fudgeof the units choice were promis- afternoon from 2"30. to 5. ng ~n~ae~n rummage that will beshop quartet, vocalists Shefla Kuhn, GATHERS ON NOV. 28 s.prmg, two of hm .p.amtmgs were ~ting~'~.~ public at their first an- Ruthe Wilson, and Anna Hensley, and The Millbrook Chamber Orchestra shown at ~e washington t:ountT[[ us ~ m )f ~~t Festival at 10 am. on various Pop Singer alumni (including Auxiliary will meet at 1:30 n.m. Nov. M us e m.of Fme.Art.m Hagersto~'n $ W AN,~U 's ~, ~ovember,"# r Md He ~s r, ,enuy at wor~ on a series terY'~r:' r 10, at Hecks Samantha Moreland and Duane 28-)~ho~' )~o,-)~,~o~ ~)~,)~.a.) " ~) ~1 n~n =v" A Ln a~ A an A Q earl~ grou Anders) returning to do featured Th"~s ~'~s a change~m date'1" from the celebrat~g the charm and histo~ of ! OUl l- I - -'vRatio -. gmauy scneauleo NOV. 21 meeung. ISOIl~,~t i ns to perform are the Food items wfll include cakes, pies, The,-owmh~oa; ;, t;,~ museum. ! m.~ wa n? L ~. ~K ~[, "-~ trOm the Old Opera Housebrownies subs, hams, hotdogs, Mex- res,~.qha%);~'~;' '~he~.~"~';.'~" Six yearsago, So~lleftthet~avai } n~.~,o.l.~n~m,usr $ ,-~ i['"m OI ~--: '. . -,v~,~ -,-w -, "-"~" " "'" "~"" ~,~m~w L'~r'ViO~ nnn r~uan a serious "~ ~t a price vou can t~lrort] ! ! ! "~U ~1(1;,~,:, '~u~ % aceompameo oy ;cans, apple out~er, canny apples, cot- her ~,~l Chris" tmas concert, both an- ":"~"~" ;'-'.'"7:.'. - 7 ~-. -. & r ][ ~me Third Dma ' ndh u stuay ox stumo art. earning an i-'~.~'=~ ensions ' ton candy, a eli m-filled balloons nual fundraisers and election of ~ 7 SESSIONS -$25 4-MONTH MEMBERSHIP - $65 ki D~ ,~-m Page Jackson Solar for the children. Rummage items in- nm,- -~ ' associate s aegree xrom t-rmce [ ~, -uer the direction " I . " George's Community College in ~p of Mike c ude a seamstress mannekm, small - - . , the Following the electron, there will be ~sP.h~~ th award-winning "Silks" " TV s, tape recorders, record players,' a tea honorino new ofhcers" Largo, Md followed by a Bachelor s [ KV ['S H.AJR J N N OVATJOI' ,I S ~ ,rata Jeffe ~, Degree trom ~nepnera uoflege, west giv~:lt~'ra ~p rson High School new lingerie in larger sizes, chairsfor ~ UNIbI::X b.~t{OIN . 125-B151 nd l~m~L.'~.u~rection of Susan Wall, a the fixer-upper, books, pillows, IT'S A BOY ~--eu . An exnlOlH0n O! [his blmner- ~rleS~"~'~o ~ p' .a square, dance clothing, mmcellatmous homemade Announcement has been madeof the . ~ .] x4 utll Ahvefrom the crafts including rugs, and many other birth October l7 in Winchester Medical :scrapers retest wor~, narnvlace, ~q~,'~.~.~ .s.~O~ ~',~-[[Q~d~',~-~ ;5 {t~i~ household treasures and white Center of a son Thomas Jacob Dillow, opens m ~e. Moran R oom^~ the ~~ ~ ,~ F~<~'~~~j[ R. Wl~UeD"~---- nn eleh'-onts The P~'~i r ~ w m, ' ~nuer on i,naay, t~ovem~er wn at ~ ~'~M.~ I[ ~,| ~,/~ r~ b.~'~ 1o ,~. .-v~-.~ -. as to rton ann joanne pillow oi Jofln "--- "~-'---'~-;~-" until N"-.ember g"~l~ . ~tX ~3 ~ --'- - -'~ at,~ r-, r-, ~hl'~ h m also be ready for action ff The v -,-= - Brown Farms, Je erson County. eff T 19th, and ~s ~red by the J erson --r,e, D ---o- Articles for donation will be ac- newcomer weiohed in at7nr,nds 13 l~=~ ~===~ ~ ~ ~-"='~ ~ -3~dl + t: i air ~]kl~. J n,~ c-~ted b, any P - Sin-er In case of -~-. - r--- County Arts/Council (JCAC) nerds . -~. ~ .a~ ~ . ounces. Maternm granaparenm are i~r.~ tow. vo~u.~ v~ ,am m~ e~.t ~ be held on the Barbara Wi~ . otH" ~e~ W Va ira~ wil]o spo!nsor a turkey and same day but indoors at the Ep~l' " and Josenh ong.cesariniighof Oldsmar, J PSYCHIC I F -/~'t/'~ /~@~ res. ~" oamraay, December 1, Parish House Proceeds will be used Florida; -. ~ternaI ,'andnarents Dot [ I II I -~~W'~~.' ~ i II at 4. . " P-,rnyslc, I-aim ana ~to .50. p~.ha~hI for financial .support of the Pop Perry Dillow Harpers Ferry' and l"arotCardRoado, tio~g'~wn Jumor ~g Stagers' Candmn Tour and spring maternal ~at-~andmother I)oris [ I II '7~;i: - ~~ |~?' n L,~,-'~Pr ceedswill~otothe com,~titions ~---~ ~- I Keveals your pasL preseml II I l~ii;l~ . ~-~] I 11 t s tteas t--- roro, m anaoa - ury " " I and future. Answers all I II IBgl - lt ' / II fm'thef~draisin event ~ questions concerning love II Al~ll;h~l~ l!'~ql~/, II 19~.~atraditionalturkevdm.959, "st " g [~ [marriage, health, business,' [ ;rY-~tn~i~ as a second meat ' 'lost orticles and much more. l II ~;~~7~-~?'~ )1 ~h~,Only~.OOforadul~and I TtiJ~ VILLAGI~ ~HOl-'I-'1~ . - I PATRICIA APhy$icProfes$|ona, I --- :~;'~" mren ten years old and ] V~ rn ,~- N]O~ " 522 South - % Mile Off S0 Watch :I'~,~ dlework Suvphes I I I) II ']~r.~"~ may be,purchased from ~ -- I I II IJ A L/ L-," L) I II at Betty s Restaurant in I HOURS: Tel hoe. 703/ 7 fi r atme aoor . I ji first I Monday- Saturday 9.30 m.- 5 p.m. " II ti ",'- b . . . J except Wednesday Afternoon Closed II /-,II 3 t nnead Visits . 6 E Clifford St Sessi n I (703) 66;-9352 Win"" ! II NOW SE VI NG L UNCHES II ),~ "~l-~G GmmltaKa~Gasm~m~a~drent," " -- cnosxor, VA2260, l~=~~ii~;;~i:l I[ ; - I! Educa rnam "" $oup, Sala NSand;i;"es g the Alpha ~g~ac~ -~ FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE I ~-Ksgu,~,a, ! [] Fresh Baked French Bread ][ ,heyser on ~-,~'1[.~' November 3 a i~ ITS THE [t t~;;;,gig~ ]l [~ Pastr'ms~ak~s Macl~ tn Ordov Ji Mary Jane RusseLL' LLnda SPECIAL Douglas Harlan, t ~ --~man, Janet Boyd, and, ~'~" " l== L~|,]I~ ,~ ~) .J - ~ ~ j ~~~ .~ f Berkeley C un" [" ,0:00,Emma COn-ll Dobbins, Margaret P.M un fl' 2:00 A -,' ,- o o o ~ x,t,j | AGATHA CHRISTIE S < ~ ,~ * t I I I comes to the ~~~/~ ~~?~~~I~ (~ ';'~,I) OPE RA HOUSE ~" - II~ Ill IIII ~" t" r l" t"-'~" "t" "3'~ "t"a~ tl ~*O" j~ 725-4420 /J' ll [] I[0 " onoen MAIL $ AND THEN THERE : f'. awES* ", " " -' a Ill 4t J Sin Dec I 3,00 I'JA. v,v WERE NONE. ! i N il " I I !!1 I"-" - . - ~lilll ~ ,-. ~{". f Lir, ll, ll.t " ) l'~.~ f Jill rw~,mm o,~,~,~, . : nS~ p~-ttmlar~ 1~ ~4o~ .cms~ w~,) m m~,L ~ m,= ~ ,~ ~ < F' ' "qll t. z ~"" '="' "" A It, 1~ eemt crgmlmtlm. lnlknmtlm ~ 3S7-'r/40. e,aH:r~P