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Charles Town, West Virginia
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November 8, 1984

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1984 son County Extension Homemakers Hold Annual Banquet ! the outstanding homemaker from made by Judy Matlick, county ex- I agent. The awards represent outstan- toward promoting a better all through fellowship, educa- Service, guidance in the home and Receiving the awards were, left the annual achievement ban- to right--Ruthie Gruber, Lady Fairfax; Pat- the Jefferson County Extension tie Reichenbaugh, Betsy Ross; Alberta Council was the presentation of Gruver, Moler's; Pam Wilmer, Rumsey; Wallis Anne Magaha, Summit Point; Betty Tomblin, Jefferson; Barbara Wheatley, Kabletown; Naomi Barrow, Wizard Clipp; Mary Singhas, Rippon; Marla Pisciotta, Leetown; and Reva Cave, Mecklenberg. Ab- sent was Ruble Bradley, Edgewood. In the background is the homemaker's quilt. Hand We Serve" was the closing, they all joined hands and with a blue ribbon, Leetown and Sum- : Jefferson County Exten- sang, "He's Got the Whole World in mit Point tied for second place will a when it held the annual His Hands." red ribbon and W~rd Clipp was third banquet Monday even-Mrs. Vickers presented the outstan- with a white ribbon. Participants were ding club awards and ribbons. Jeffer- Edgewood, Jefferson, Rippon and son Homemakers Club was awarded Molers. The outstanding club ac- Mrs. Donald the outstanding club for the year and complishments award went to the and invoca- they were presented $25.00 along with Leetown Club with honorable men- the devotions, their blue ribbon. All the clubs in the tions to the Rumsey Club. Mrs. Bon- Jefferson county received blue ribbons for their nie Owens made the presentation to Court- accomplishments except one and it the certified volunteer units and it was cordial welcome received a red ribbon. The "Reading awarded to a Wizard Clipp member, The "Silver Bowl" is awarded annually by the Jefferson County Extension Homemakers Council to the club which enters the best educational exhibit in the Jefferson Council. At the annual achievement banquet, Polly Hockensmith, left, of the Moler's club, last year's winner, is shown presenting the cup to this year's winner, the Summlt Point club, with Wallis Anne Magaha, accepting the award. (Photo by Tim Sinn) Naomi Barrow. MOBILE HOME The committee for the banquet were registration, Wizard Clipp; name tags, Leetown; program covers, Molers; table decoration, Mecklentmrg; devo- tions, Lady Fairfax; place cards, Leetown and door prize~ll clubs. On display for the evening was the West Virginia Extension Homemakers Quilt. In dosing, Mrs. Vickers expressed her thanks and appreciation to all who helped make the banquet a success. LIVING by MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES & HOUSING 1510 N. Queen Street Mort|nsburg 263-4872 LEASE ANY OR members. She also and welcomed Eunice area representative of taylor expressed appreciation for the One hundred ,mjoyed the buffet din- :entertained giving a one act play, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mr. and Mrs. Stup the theme when in with a Purpose" awards were presented by Nellie King, cultural arts committee chairman. Mrs. Polly Hockensmith, presented the Silver Bowl to the Summit Point Club, accepted by Wallis Anne Magaha, for the best educational ex- hibit at the Jefferson County Fair. The Outstanding Club Committee award went to the Summit Point Club on its Cutural Arts. On the scrapbook awards, Kabletown was awarded first place Tuesday lip 725-8421 108 E. Washington Street Charles Town. W. Va. Dr. George Biundell To Speak To "Make SHALE FILL DIRT BACKHOE SERVICE i SHEPHERDSTOWN LEETOWH HARPERS FERRY Photos and Descriptions of Most Houses For Sale in This Area HOUSE HUNTING Starts Here GOMPUTERIZED REAL ESTATE USED CAR NO CREDIT HUNTERIS SPECIAL Meat saws, meat grinders, cleavers, cutlery, scales, work tables at prices you won't believe. INTERSTATE RESTAURANT & ank A. Pedreira, of ,Md will be the speaker Jefferson of the Full Gospel ), to be held 13, at the Towne in Charles Town. must 0Vember 12) will be at speaking will be at 8 Today Count" Sunday 725:9383 EQUIPMENT CO. Make Today Count, a monthly sup- *** .', port group for patients and families i Play 3 21 W. 6th St Front Royal, VA 22630 facing fife threatening illnesses, will i Your Cards ;! 703/636-6667 meet Sunday November llth from, . : Food service with o flair 3:00-5:00 p.m. The Charles Town : Right . chapter of Make Today Count has been in existence for over five years and re- : ~.~ . i i mains the only chapter in the state of : ~ G~i~ -~. : Duke g Washington Streets West Virginia. Meetings are held the ! ~1~ ~,Shepherdstown, W.Va. 25443 ATTENTIO N second Sunday of munth at [---- CibA R:[ Aii 8iii': BUILDERS Asbury United Methodist Church** NEWS ~ ~ * : : : und~ the directi~ of Mrs. DotStrouse Prime building lots and Reverend Lloyd McCanna. WANT ADS. lake. Perked, ready on Dr. George Blundell of Shepherd- 725-204 ,l to go. Shannondale, stown will bo the featured speaker. Dr. WV, lots 21, 22, sec- Blundell who practices at the VA Center in Martinsburg will discuss progress made in treating chronic il- lnesses. The twentieth century has been witness to a transition of many major diseases from life threatening illnesses to a highly manageable tion 5L Lakeside Drive. Call evenings. Once a month, the II Illll Ill l status. Army Reserve can put vou who Make Today Count is open to the in a new, challenging scene. m's l Na- community as a forum for sharing and You~ do things you and is a pro- learning to deal with the crisis of wouldn't believe you could sllingt~ 1 Medical disease, h*s a weekencl once a and the fourth ofFor further informationcall month ~two 8-hour days~ 1 attendee of St. Mar- 725-5513. and two week summer he also serves training per year. and you VFW Auxiliary To ea~ over $I,200a year services with to start. Mark Veterans irt . the Halpine uay Md. By Attending Church AT CHURCH Members of Jefferson Memorial Methodist Church Post No. 3522, Veterans of Foreign 15, at Wars Auxiliary, while forced to omit 2.00; the special Veterans Day program they have staged for the past haft dozen years, will at least not entirely forget about paying tributes to those men and women of Jefferson County who have paid the supreme sacrifice in all past wars. This Sunday, Veterans Day, they will be attending . in a body the II a.m worship service and I can't at the Charles Town Asbury United The Methodist Church. And the Auxiliary in us was in- will also place flowers upon the church but was it really altar in memory of the county's war lifted out of dead. years by the Efforts are also being made by the ~"~ds Auxiliary to not only have members of election of all Boy and Girl Scout Troops join them elec- for this service, but also to join in an way we live", effort to have residents and businesses of Charles Town and Jefferson Court- candidates, ty to fly American l~ags Sunday all the rest of us, I afterwards, day. - --- t elec I'm not at all because elections for us, a,= ins - candidates care tions and not a matter of fife ~ d!eath: they would like A Halloween party was neta at hoopla and Friendship Fire Hall in Harpers Ferry dies Oct. 31, given by some of the members of the fire company. Dracula was servants know there in his coffin - approx. 300 people viewed him - (he was in a candledit room). A contest was held for different day like we age groups - judging was done by Mrs. for election Paul Staubs, Mr. George Courtn~ and afternoon the Mr. Bill Blackford. Prizes given were a light sprinkle coupon books from McDonaids to each was still a lot of winner. Bub Manuel showed cartoons sbowed up to those attending. Apples were I called up a donated by Shady Hill Orchards and ride to the polls. Wilt's Fruit Market. These were hand- the polls to vote ed out along with candy as the guests be voted for left the fire station. Gingerbread was business, donated by many of Harry Dram and booth and June Taulton's friends. Juice was split donated by M~ds of Charles came out I felt Town. Harry Dunn would like to thank my best, I everyone who donated food, drinks And I and money to help make the party a the rmal tallysuccess. Stop by or call your Army Reserve represent- afire, in the Yellow Pages under *'Recruiting." + AFFORDABLE RUSTIC ELEGANCE WHY CEDARDALE? ,I NORTHERN WHITE CEDAR - NO ROT - NO TERMITES ,I FINEST TONGUE & GROOVE LOGS - NO AIR INFILTRATION 9 v- POST & BEAM CONSTRUCTION - STRONGEST KNOWN TO MAN ~* MODERN MANUFACTURING FACILITY - 30 DAY DELIVERY ," ENERGY EFFICIENT- HIGHEST R-FACTOR OF ALL ~? WOOD ,~ FULL LOG CONSTRUCTION ~" BEAUTIFUL TONGUE & GROOVE 6x6 LOGS Z ~- POST & BEAM CONSTUCTION IN 6.000-YEAR- OLD METHOD ~' PRE*CUT LOG KITS UNBELIEVABLE QUALITY ~, VA--FHA APPROVED BLACKFORD CONSTRUCTION CO. Generol Controctor Henry P. Blockford, Dealer - Rt. 2, Box 50 725-9569 Kearneysville, W.Va. 25430 I RETAIL MERCHANTS ] CHRISTMAS PARADE wv Saturday, December 1, 1984 j 4:00 P.M. THEME 1 "A CHRISTMAS DREAM" j Name d Organization 1 FIo~t Organized t Marching Unit Decorated Other Car Truck I Mail To Christmas Parade Committee Geraldine Willinghanl 410 East Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 MOBILE HOMES Route 9 Berkeley Springs, W. Va. 19 Blue Ridge First Graders In Outing Some eighty members of the first grade classes at Blue Ridge Elemen- tary School recently enjoyed an Oc- tober field trip to the Country Boy Farmer's Market in Charles Town. The field trip also served as a unit study of the Fall season, and was highly enjoyed as each youngster selected his own pumpkin and sampl- ed available Fall fruits. The youngsters were accompanied by their teachers, Susanne Temple, Paula Cool, Sharon Scheuchenko and Susan Thompson. RAIBLE Mrs REAL ESTATE SHANNONDALE: New Listing - 3-bdrm. Rambler on large treed lot w/attractive stone fireplace in liv. rm $,13,000 NEAR CHARLES TOWN: Three bedroom two bath brick rambler on 3.1 acres with over 1550 square feet of Living space, Compare at this price $64,000 HAMILTON, VIRGINIA 703-338-5400 Metro 352-2111 B AMTRAK, barn & paddocks, split-rail fence, equipped kitchen, liv. rm din. rm 3 bdrm, 2% baths, ram. rm. w/heatilator. Owner financing at 12~z% $125,000 AVON BEND: Completely renovated summer home, 3 bdrm, I bath, liD. rm. w/FP, din. rm sundeck overlooking Shenandoah, 2 car gar- rage, 1 acre $59,500 S. GEORGE ST.: Stucco, 4 bdrm, l'/a baths, kitchen w/appliances, liv. rm. w/FP, din. rm hdwd floors, attic w/cedar storage, workshop, game rm, screened porch, guest cottage, 1.38 acres. 1 acre commercial w/water, sewer. NEW PRICE $100,000 RANSON: Mobile home w/3 bdrm, I bath, kitchen w/appliances. Some furnishings. Very private on 4 lots. 1980 Fleetwood model. $29,500 PAYNES FORD ROAD: 2 bdrm mobile home on 2 acres $21,000 LOTS-FARM~W~DED ACREAGE JEFFEP~q, ON & BERKELEY COUNTIES. Branch Office --* C.A. HENSELL, Broker George E. Alter, Jr. - 876-6667 Carol F. Kabte - 725-2465 Margie Hensell - 263-2000 i i ii