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November 9, 1978

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4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1978 MIDDLEWAY Naomi Barrow Dial 725-2500 "Old Fashion Preaching Service." Plan now to attend the old Fashioned Preaching Service at the Middleway United Methodist Church on Sunday November 12. A covered dish dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the preaching service at 7:00 p.m. Rev. Charles Frum will be the speaker for the evening and special music will be provided. If you have a costume of yesteryear, please wear it. Women are asked to wear long dresses and bonnets. Men are asked to wear jeans and high top shoes or dress as you like. Also, no electricity is being planned for the evening so bring your lantern or candle and come out for a good evening of fellowship and worship. All members of the charge are urged to attend and dress accordingly. The public is invited to share this service. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartman of Dextor, Mich. returned home on Monday after spending the past week with Mr. Bob Hague. The Autumn foliage was at its peak and they traveled various places in the Shenandoah Valley to enjoy the autumn colors. SSG Kenneth Snyder and Mrs. Snyder, La Dana and Kendra departed from Dulles Airport on Wednesday for Giessen, Ger- many where SSG. Snyder is stationed. They have been staying here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester White, Mrs. Snyder's parents. Also visited with SSG Snyder's parents at Clear Spring, Md. and many other friends and relatives in the area. Pack 95 will be going to Sleepy Creek on November 12. They will take a tour and be shown around by one of the Rangers. Mrs. Joyce SurratLand Jenney of Martinsburg and Mrs. Edith Irvine of Hidden-River were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Gray, Henry and Michael. The MYF from the Middleway United Methodist Church held its Halloween party on Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Frye. Those having an evening of fun were Judy Frye, Tammy Pifer, Karen Nicodemus, Judy Longerbeam, Mike Ring, Jane Brown, Richard Nicodemus, Kenny Ring, Eugene Pifer, Billy Ring along with Mrs. Larry Ring and Mr. and Mrs. Frye. Games were played throughout the evening and delicious refreshments were served to the guests. Mrs. Geraldine Titus, Travers and Shean of Brown's Shop were Tuesday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. The Wizard Clipp Extension Homemakers Club met on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Thomas Magaha and Miss Dorothy Dailey. Seven members were present and the club was honored to have Mrs. Judy Matlick, Extension Agent as a guest. Devotions were led by Miss Dorothy Dailey. She opened by reading "Thought of the Month" November is an undistinguished month It is between the times. There is no change in the season; school veither begins |1 I when nothing else is good enough [] Perfect Granite [] Superb Craftsmanship [] Custom Design Service [] Written Guarantee Without Time Limit or ends; and shorter days lean toward Thanksgiving and a day going home. The sap is down, and the bareness of fall seems to imprint itself on the shape of life. This is neither the best nor the worst of times; it is simply a continuation, a tenacious, unexcited waiting for the next events. November is a time of quietness, there is a stillness of spirit, followed by reading "The Psalms Around Us." The lesson was presented by Mrs. Alvin Linton on "Be a Better Shopper." The members learned many ways for better shopping. Understand food ads, what's in it for me. -- the Con- sumer? Buy when the Price is Right and many more good shopping tips. Miss Dorothy Dailey, the presidenb conducted the business meeting. Roll call, secretary and treasurer reports were given. Reports were given on various committees by Chairmen of each committee. A quickie hook report was given by Mrs. Mary Frances Rebert. The president preseuted the club with a blue ribbon they had received for the year. Also hook marks were passed out. An- nouncements were given on a Lampshade workshop to be held on November 9 at South Berkeley Fire Hall at Inwood, Tri-County Leadership Workshop on November 13 at Jefferson County Community Center and Holiday Workshop on November 29 at the South Berkeley Fire Hall, Inwood. A get well card was signed by all the members and sent to Mrs. Mary White, who is a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. With no further business the meeting was adjourned and the ladies joined around the dining room table for refreshments of ice cream, cake, nuts, mints and coffee. MISs Karen Magaha joined for the refreshments. An enjoyable social hour followed. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday December 6 at the home of Mrs. Larry Ring with Mrs. Naomi Barrow co-hostess. This is the annual Christmas party and will begin at 1:00 p.m. with a lun- cheon. BABY SHOWER Mrs. Oscar "Debbie" Breeden was given a surprise baby shower in the social room at the Middleway United Methodist Church on Saturday Nov.4, by Mrs. Robert Shirley, Mrs. Donald Lee Shirley and Mrs. Larry Ring. Games were played throughout the evening with prizes going to Mrs. Nell Kees, Mary Mancine, Naomi Barrow and Edith Jones. The door prize was won by Patsy Croushorn. The cake was baked and decorated with miniature baby shoes, bottles and babies by Mrs. Larry Ring. Refreshments consisted of cake, punch, nuts, chips, mints and pretzels. Those attending were Edith Jones, Shirley Hoover, Mrs. Rosebud Breeden, Mrs. Nell Kees, Mrs. Shirley Breeden, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brady, Beverly Breeden,Mary Mancine, Gall Viands, Janet Pitzer, Susan Hardy, Karen Shirley, Dabble Shirley and Jason, Susie Ring, Becky and Dabble, Judy Mills and Renee, Becky Liskey, Shelly, Paula and Mike, Connie Shirley, Helen Shirley, Sharon Welty and Scott, Kathy Shirley, Naomi Barrow, Patsy Croushorn and Alma Minor. Debbie received many nice gifts and also those unable to attend sent gifts. We are happy to report that Mr. Ernest Ring is doing fine and is able to be out. He visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring on Mondayl HALLOWEEN PARTY Stephanie and Roy Lewis III were host for a Halloween costume party at their home on Friday, Oct. 27. Those present were Ginny Mohr, Laurie and Billy Neal, Assisting Mrs. Peggy Lewis with the party were Mrs. Connie Neal and Mrs. Kathy Childs. Refreshments of cup cakes, chips, nuts and punch were served. Each child also received a candied apple and treat bag upon leaving. The home was decorated with ghost, pumpkins, giant spiders, snakes, bats and the like. Fun was had by all the children at- tending. Mr. and Mrs. David Gray, Henry and Michael visited on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Knighten and Dorothy of Martinsburg. Then on to Hagerstown, Md. where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Michael Knighten Sr. Mrs. Jane Bohrer and Mrs. Naomi Barrow visited on Thursday with Mr. Max Brown at the Jeffersonian Manor. Mr. Brown shows much im- provement. Mrs. Steve Hackman and Jeff, Mrs. Connie Dietz, Mr. and Mrs. James Hammer of Parsons, W.Va. were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, Anessa and Scott. Mr. Charles J. White arrived on Saturday from Lakewond, Colo. to spend the week with his mother, Mrs. Mary White. Mrs. White returned home on Saturday after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital for the past week. Billy Kinley was host to a Halloween party on Wednesday Nov. 2. Games were played during the evening and prizes going to Gary King, Scott Chamblin, and Michael Plotner. Those present were Gary King, Beth King, Scott Cham- blin, Matthew Jones, Chucky Gardner, Ells Costello, Michael Plotner, Henry Plotner, Charlie Buckley and Richard Nicodemus. Delicious refreshments were served and the group had a very enjoyable evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hough from Sanford, Florida, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James. They were called home due to the death of Mrs. Hough's sister-in-law Mrs. Gene Shamburg of Beltsviile, Md. who died suddenly. Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley of Leetown were Saturday visitors with Mr. and Mrs, Carroll Johnson. On Thursday Mrs. Johnson visited Mrs. Lillian 'Custer in Ranson. Work Schedule On CoUnty Roads Set For November 13-17 The West Virginia Depart- ment of Highways has an- nounced the following schedule of work in District Five's Jef- ferson County that may cause traffic delays or detours during the week of November 13-17. Completion of this schedule is dependent upon the weather, availability of materials and any unknown factors. There will be no road closures during the period. Possible traffic delays should be expected while surface patching operations are per- formed on County Route 9 ever 5, Mission Road, and County Route 9 over 9, John Brown Farm Road. Shoulder and side ditch operations are to be performed on West Virginia 51 and West Virginia 9 east. Drainage culverts will be installed on County Route 13, Summit Point Pike; County Route 15, Leetown Pike; and Route 17 over 4, race track road. Rock excavation (drilling and shooting)will be performed on County Route 7, Terrapin Neck Road. DINNER, BAKE SALE WAINWRIGHT BAPTIST Deacons George King and Grafton Blue are sponsoring a dinner and bake sale Saturday, November II, at II a.m. in the basement of Wainwright Baptist Church, West Avis Street, Charles Town. Dinners for sale Matt Simoes, Adam Howard, will include fried chicken or Brant and Brian Davis, David chitterlings, greens, potato and Darren McMahn, Jeff and. salad, cornbread or rolls. Stacey Burns, Angle Merrit, Brian, Rhonda, Timmy, Christy and Pare Bussey, Mary Turner, Kelly Fowler, Andrea Averly, Kim Everhart, Charlie and Mike Gayhart, Donna Magaha, Rnnnie amd Tina Shutts and Kelly Lewis. Games played were balloon "The Jefferson County satellite office of the Eastern Panhandle Mental Health Center has nearly tripled its activities over the past year," stated Randolph R. MacDonald, Center Director. "By placing three full-time professional staff in this office,we've been able to offer a variety of new services to residents of Jefferson County." The occasion for Dr. Mac- Donald's remarks was a visit to the satellite's new offices in the Supertane Building, 126 East 3rd St Ranson. The offices, on the second floor of the building, were remodeled accommodate three offices, and a group therapy room. As a result of this additional space an after-care program meets weekly for group activities. Medication clinics are also conducted at the satellite office on a regularly scheduled basis. Consultation and education services have also increased to Jefferson County residents and agencies. The Center's staff currently provide consulting services to the Harpers Ferry Shepherd Students Usted In Who's Who The 1978-79 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges will carry the names of 30 Shepherd College students who have been selected by campus representatives as being among the student leaders. The names of these students have been included in the annual directory based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and future potential, according to George Auxt, Dean of Student Affairs. West Virginia students named include Martinsburg residents Maria R. Bigiarelli, Harold A. Brandenburg, Carolyn E. Groves, Cynthia J. Hull, and Gail D. KidweU; plus Becki Sue Reese, Shepherdstown, Teresa E. Ring, Kearneysville, Rae Scanlon, Romney, Robert C. Dickman, Wheeling, and Lois A. Shumaker, Wilson. Maryland students included are Catherine B. Chapman, Park Hall, Jill A. Cohen, Frederick, Carmel L. Devlin, Lonaconing, Dennis E. Frye, Gapland, Mary P. Gardiner, LaPlata, Jill A. Jennings, Oxon Hill, John D. Miller, Mid- dletown, Kyle M. Morrison, Ellicott City, Joan C. Wilson, Gaithersburg. Virginia students named are Jerome Joseph Votel, Win- chester, and Stockton E. Wright, Smithfield. New Jersey students named are Barbara Banner, Emerson, Elaine Marie Richmond, Cranbury, and Lorrie J. Terp- stra, Wayne. Delaware students named are Barbara G. Ashton, Millsboro, and Rita F. Cannon, Bridgeville. Others named are Patricia A. Burr, Chambersburg, Penn-~ sylvania; Richard M. Holmes, West ,Haven Connecticut; Martha Ellen Newton, Slocomb, Alabama; and Karen A. Kelleher, Shenorock, New York. GOSPEL CRUSADE AT LIONS CENTER Evangelist George and Naomi Smith of Greensboro, N.C will conduct a gospel crusade at the' Lions Center November I0 through November 12, with nightly services November 10 and II at 7:30; and Sunday, November 12, at 2:30 in the afternoon. Everyone is welcome. There will be special singing. Some say sneezing on Satur- day means you'll see your sweetheart on Sunday. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 71, 1978 In Job Corps and Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Public education activities are on- going, and speakers are available to discuss mental health issues with clubs, or other agencies. In an effort to assure ac- cessibility of services, outreach activities have been added to the satellite program. Mental Health Center staff from the Jefferson County office regularly visit the Locust Grove Rest Home where socialization activities are provided to the residents. Another staff member meets with those Jefferson Countians who utilize the ser- vices at the Nutrition site. When requested by a physician, hospital visits are also scheduled. Residents of Jefferson County who would like more in- formation about mental health services available through "the Ranson satellite office can call the Center at 725-9685. This number also operated in evenings and on weekends for emergencies. For Job Cor The appointment of Mohammed A. Khan as director of the Harpers Ferry Job Corps was announced last week. Khan succeeds Marshall Gingery, who was transferred to Philadelphia. Khan, a native of Pakistan, lived in New Delhi, India, until 1947. He immigrated to the United States in 1954 and lived in California with his grandfather who came to this country in 1912. He served in the U.S. Army in Korea from 1956-58 and became a naturalized citizen in 1959. Khan speaks seven languages and was a Peace Corps volun- teer in Morocco and North Africa before joining the JoL Corps in 1965. With the Job Corps, he has worked in a variety of capacities including youth counselor, enrollee work supervisor, corpsmen leadership officer, orientation officer, corpsmen assistant supervisor and assistant public relations of- ricer. He also coordinated the "Summer in the Park" DECA OFFICERS ELECTED AT JAMES RUMSEY New Officers were elected on Oct. 5, by the Distributive America, at a meeting held at the James Rumsey Vocational near Martinsburg. Those named as shown above were (left Longerbeam, reporter, is a junior from Jefferson High School; secretary, is also a junior from Jefferson High School; President, is a senior from Jefferson High School; The Gillespie, is a senior from Hedgesville High School; Connie from Jefferson High School is the club treasurer; and Reporter, is a senior from Jefferson High School. The over the club for the school year of 1978-79. program, camping for city kids Darla Ambrose, Mrs. Beverly Nichols in Washington, was an equal Gilbride, Mrs. Sandra Black- employment specialist with the ford, Mrs. Pat Welsh, Mrs. who will Office of Equal Opportunity, was. Diane Triggs, Mrs. Linda scrap book area manager of the Staten Propst, Mrs. Cecil Boyd, Mrs. who Island Unit of Gateway National Nancy Magaha, Mrs. Hazel Recreation Area and served as the first superintendent of the newly-established Springfield Armory National Historical Site in Massachusetts. His wife, Garnett, also served with the Peace Corps in Columbia, South America, and they have two sons, Mohammed, Jr 11, and Marcus, 7. The family is moving onto the center this week. 4-H Parents Plan Year's On Wednesday night, October 25, parents of the members of the Eager Beavers 4-H Club met at the home of Mrs. Boteler Link, Jr to plan activities for the year. Activities will include indoor swimming, sleigh riding, tour of the fish hatchery in Leetown, tour of the National Guard Armory in Martinsburg, Christmas caroling and a Christmas bake sale. Those present were: Mrs. MILITARY POLICEWOMEN ARE If you are between the a cellent physical co RditioJ military police work; and are willing to serve in the West National Guard. Then You Should call your Recruiter. 304 - 267. 2772 NOW OPEN Summit Point, W OPEN 6 DAYS A from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PHONE: 725- We Stock Safety Shoes Say "So long to cold feet" SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town, W. Va. :, Lester :, PHONE: We Buy- Sell or Trade s250. s500. s1,1 (Interest Payable Every 10% L OF RANSON Call 725. or the "Make A Wise AssistA.Growing Temporary location, near Heck's. 'US I FOR: BUROLAR ALARMS 2,I-hour ( IS YOUR HOME YOURt T f, w)~ ak, u, pop won by Jeff Burns and Angle 10:00 A.M. YOU R B U S I N ESS A the .o, tru,tedname Merrit, Marshmallow eating We, the undersigned will offer for sale at the front door of ," FOR TH E FUTU RE? in raemorials won by Darren McMahn and the Jefferson County Court House, Charles Town, West Billy Neal, pin the nose on the Virginla, 27 acres consisting of: L IF NOT cALL U$ Martinsl woo Tray memoi'y game won by Tina A large marl pit and boarders on Turkey Run Creek. CARPORTS PATIOS DRIVEWAYS For complete legal description of above property see our SIDEWALKS BASEMENT FLOORS pkin toss won by Ronnie Shutts. ad that appeared in the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocatnon Oc- tober 26, 1978, for further information contact the Old Gum count won by Billy Neal. National Bank Trust Department, Martinsburg, West r,*** [0RING FINISHING - ST, C ;IwTY 109 W.John Street "Bingo" Halloween was played Virginia. DIAL 267- 6141 by everyone and each won. AUCTIONEER: Edward "Ned" Morrow ' ] TURF CONCRETE r A costume contest was held TERMS: 10 per cent down day of sale, balance due upon Martinsburg,W.Va. i:: and Ginny Mohr won best, AngieMerrit won funniest, and Jeff delivery of deed." [ Estimates[ PRODUCIS --- FREE --- Burns won scariest. A dance TheOldNationalBankofMartinsburg, contest was won by Mary Executor-Trustee, for the Estate of DIVISION of TURF ENTERPRISES CHARLES TOWN/ CUSTOMER PARKING Turner, Ginny Mohr, Kelly Walter H. Moyer The complete Fowler, Jeff Burns, Matt Simoes Nov. 2-2t Ph. 725-7612 or 725-9233 - Charles Town, W.Vo. and Pam Busey m m n It