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November 30, 1978

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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1978 CO [ by mail from November 24 until ~n~. [ December 4. Eligible ASC voters "" ""J l"~'ill receive a secret ballot in the mail with instructions on how to vote for candidates of their choice and return the ballot to the county ASCS office. Participation is open to all farmers regardless of race, religion, sex, color or national origin. The candidates for each ASC community in Jefferson County are as follows. Community A: James T. Blue, Raymond B. Creamer, Hugh N. Hoover, Charles W. Saylor, Robert R. Smith, llI, and Bur- well S. Ware. Community B: David B. Childs, William G. Grantham, Antietam I/' or Center Sets New Operation Hours Superintendent V.G. Leimer, Antietam National Battlefield. I I I I I I Iwished to announce that ef- fective December l, 1978, the Battlefield Visitor Center will change it s hours of operation to the public and be open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 pro 7 days a week. These new hours will remain in effect through February, 1979, at which time ~e return to it's hours of 8:30 a.m. to5 new hours are conserve energy. "Hunger is the genius." Steady and Systematic Savings Make For B. ffl, Willoughby E. Henshaw, own above to the left,is a scene from "What Shown right above is a scene from "Lion in the Glendwell Lloyd, Larry Magaha and Richard Swartz. Did You Say What For a presentation to beWinter, a production to be presented by the Community C: Jack W.~ Save A Little Each Week and Enjoy Smooth presented by the Old Opera House in the 1978 Actor's Company of Shepherdstown in the 1978 Catrow, Jr Charles E. Canard, Sledding When The 1979 Christmas Shop#n9 Community Theatre Festival in Oaarles Town. Community Theatre Festival. Jr Samuel J. Donley, Jr John J. Quinn, Jr E. Eugene Stanley ! Season Rolls Around. Barbara Wheeler and Steve Hooper are featured icators presentation on the I Two top adjudicators have and L. Elmer Vickers. in the production, one-act competition winner will ] been chosen to select the win-~ be madeat 12 noon Sunday. This ning one-act production from Two Jefferson County Com- buffs. Registration is free to the will be followed by a puppetry I among the 11 entrants. They will ~d~ At OPEN Y'OUR munity theatre groups and one public and it begins Friday, Dec. ~[ from Berkeley County, will be tat noon. workshop and performances by [be William H. Lackey, Jr AbranlPs featured in the 1978 Community The first performance begins the Fairmont and Lewisburg chairman of the Speech COrn- Theatre Festival to be held in Friday evening, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. acting companies. The Winchester-Frederick Cultural Center in Charleston, when the Huntington Galleries Registration fortheFestivalis munication and Theatre Arts County Historical Society will Dec. 1-3. present "The Indian Wants the open to the public at no charge, Department, University of Rich- have their annual Christmas The Jefferson County par- Bronx." Next will come the WV with admission being on a first round and Dr. Reuben Silver, Candlelight Tour of Abram s ~ N,= a, vho ticipants will be the Actors'[Black Theater of Charleston, come, first serve basis. For Professor of Theatre and Head of Delight on Saturday, December ~ vm I"~u Ullllli~ Company of Shepherdstown and [ presenting "Unto the l~.~ast of further information call 1-348- Theatre Arts at Cleveland State 2, and Sunday, December3, from [ the Charles Town Old Opera ]These" and then the Women's 0220. . University~ 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. each day. ~ L~'~i~IELIE| OAIIR &/KU~I House. The Berkeley County [ Repertory Theater of Char!eston ~k,~,h~, 'lr~ [ substance of passions, politics Abram's Delight on Pleasant ~ Valley Road at Route 50, East, is ~ ,t .- -. ~ r ~ "r-, * - - - ~,l Group will be the Berkeley [ in "Birds of a Silver Cage. ' The ~llallU~ IUWII andpoetry. For those who have the oldest existing house in ~ ]~OU IVlaKe Ineylr County Civic Theatre. [final performance the opening m t- . l been waiting Tor the scarry next W S[ 4V vayments ann All three groups are entered in I night will be by the Huntington u0r~ ['~u~nf [ novel of Stephen King, here it is wmcnester, vlrglma. tats early ~ =, " the one-act play competition [Theatrical Ensemble of ." -- The Stand. The British novelist limestone farmhouse was built [ we tJlve You The from which a winner will bet"Pieces." Chn~[ri~ ~ I Iris Murdoch's new novel is The in 1754 by Isaac Hollingsworth, selected for regional rum-[ Saturday, Dec. 2, at l0 a.m. - -'--------"'-- ]Sea, The Sea. The Hampton whose grandparents came to petition in Atlanta, Ga. [ there will be a panel on The Old Charles Town Library [ Heritage by Julie Ellis is a Pennsylvania from Ireland. It ~ The Actors' Company of [ "Developing a New Community has been restored and furnished i IImJlLml I~ m lillhllnm Shepherdstown will feature [Theater-followingby panels on is now featuring Christmas ]sweeping romantic saga, telling by the Winchester-Frederick ~ 3 UTn vovm~ nT ~rlllDI excerptsfromtheproduction--IComm'unity Theater b ks and ideas' A table near the [ the st ry f the wealthy' pr ud' CountyHistoricalSociety. ~ ,~ ,==u== --l/==mlVlll lllll "Lion in Winter:'* while the Old I Management: and Funding new non-fiction is filled with I cotton-mill owners of Atlanta in The Winchester Council of books and magazines for [ the late 19th Century. This is Garden Clubs will decorate each Opera House will present ex- I Raising and Funding Resource; decoration, baking gift making I Miss Eliis' fourth novel and she cerpts from the play "What Did ~ and Promotion and Advertising and Christmas stories for [ is now working on a sequel to room in the eighteenth century t~ manner for Christmas. Junior ~ * =,J,I You Say What For?" Scenes J and Community Involvement. reading or telling. [this one. Garden Club members will hand ~ So Gnve Your B get a Cuddly Nest Egg from the two productions are[ The Old Opera House group The movie Pippil I~A~ ~= .= make decorations for the~[ for the next Chrlstmas Sho "in S ree. shown above. The Berkeley' /will make their presentation to Longstocking, a big success, was l ~lJ~ ~ .l~[~'lr|~n Christmas tree. The Junior ~[ PP g p County group ,+ill present ex- / the Saturday afternoon session; shown Saturday, November 25th I I-rastor,cal Sooety members will Th cerpts from "The Apple Tree."[ and the Shepherdstown and to approximately 90 children. I C|~&~ Iqb~----ml~&A " - . . [ ere are a variety of Christmas Club be hosts for the tog canin on the ~ In addition to these activities ] Martinsburg groups at the During December there will be [ ~l~L~ ~i~||l~|~L~ property and the cabin will be it Plan * there will also be workshops and [Saturday night session, no monthly movie but a series of [ -- deeoratY(i by Junio~ Garden I[ S hvmlable for You To Select From. panels fur all community theatrel Announcement of the ad- film-strip stories during the] ~tltr |a~fAW~,~R Clubbers. Outdoor decorating ~ Christmas holidays. A schedule [ /UI & ll l NIl will be done by the Council of ~ McPonal#. Birthday Fart will be announced later. [ The slates of nominees for the Garden Clubs. [ [~==m,~:~:H Four new novels added this! Choral groups will present an I~ [~~] LA ~ "I=i2 T . E week are Mary Renault s The electro m a wtshcome true upcum,ng a~ ~omm,uee [ " n have been announced by appropriate music bothi ~ ~ i ~. Iq ~ ~,~ ~,~ ,~.~,~,~k ~q ~r,-v R Praise Singer set in ancient [John Hendrieks, chairperson of M >~,'~ ,1 ;,:,= ~,h,~< ~,t~ ~ Greece and turned to the world [the Jefferson Count evenings. . . / ~ ~ ~ ~ c [ ~AI,T~ .a.I,TD ~l.Y~'r . y Members of the Historical ~,a~ n MH~,~ak!s~,i d~eham-TOha~eaMcD,na[d'sB,rrhJav [| ] ~ M .~t~r,! RANSON. WEST VIRGINIA 25438 304--725.7014 of the poet She has again II ~.~ ~,:,~ ~ e, P,~, c~,L~.i p~ N " [Agricultural Stablization and Society will be hosts andI i ~. s~ I ~, ~,~ x~ ~,~ r~ ~, ~-,~,~, p r~,~.~,-~a'* [J worked her magic to re-create a [Conservation committee hostesses for Christmas 1978 at { I ! r ~ ,~, ~h~w'~ c,r ~, ;~ ' and l,a[k Ill the manager or Joan Rice, ~ :~ U ~ ~ ~ ~ stAu~ story filled with the living/ l'he eleetion Will be conducted Abram's Delight /~ n The tour is open to the public. [ tutti ""-'-- - E E ] ]LY fl -(. !I I I : eeeeee li'iiHl'R H~It~ :~ " S A,TU RE ," ": ~n~,~~ g Just In time for i: ~(,ppi ng - * -, and 16th We Smice Ever hmg We Sen in a color Fdtts Appliance & Furniture Center A COMEDY IN THREE ACTS BY PAUL ZINDEL ED NAST ON STAGE DEC. 7- 8 - 9 -- 8 P.M. DEC. 10th -- 2:30 PM MATINEE ONLY TICKETS AT 204 No. GEORGE ST. 12- 4 PM DALLY RESERVATIONS 725-4420 or 725-2560 ] THE OLD OPERA HOUSE LIBERTY & GEORGE STS. I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 25414 309 W. Washington St.-Charles Town, W.Va. PHONE: 304 - 725- 5511 I L I IINI These "special services" include Bus A and B - Martinsburg City Loops -from 9:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M. Bus C - Martinsburg to Shepherdstown and return and Martinsburg Ridgeway and return- from 8:30 A.M.- 4:30 P.M. to Charles Town and Hart iers Ferry and return Bus D- MartinsbuTrom 8:00 A.M 5:30 P. Bus E- Martinsburg to Berkeley Springs and return from from 8:00 A.M.- 5:00 P TRY TRAVELING THE PANTRAN WAY IT'S A GREATTRIP llllllllllllllllllll -- Save money i [] -- Relax ii -- Avoid the traffic [] -- Reduce congestion on the streets [] -- Reduce air polution -- Conserve energy -- Avoid parking problems Ride the Bus l 263-0876 -- Berkeley County 2584234 -- Morgan County 876-2456 -- Jeff