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Smallwoodl mY_Danner also had wi= E,' Lewis aissler we i , r,. b. C.; Dr. Jane LsiNgton, N.Y.; Susan neely, Craig, Keith lyn Sheely, Herndon, ; chl.Y, U.S. Navy, an. Mrs James Martinsburg, Diane incheSter, Va. Pat and naiued overnight with er. BOYer, U.S. Naval a rflk, Va., and his 'giJimmY, student at of w V a, 1",wn; George David I. trainee at Eastern gMe Rehabilitation Ik' )artinsburg, were itors at the home of I_.R day, Mrs. Elsie ' ired the following ,het daughter and son- 1007i. and Charles artinsburg; her ..! nmy and Debbie sons, Ronald and . of est Ridge, her i M Mary Zombro ann .i{ Clipp, Mrs. Corn i nson; Mr. and Mrs. Lgerbeam, of Silver ay, Frank Farmer, ilash t U.S. Naval Air l rifle, Tenn., visited i, tle Village. . M Mrs. Alvin Jerkins,  en, A. j. and Amy, "ed by her father, Mr. ,! r, w crisas rts of his parents, i{i" uster Jenkins, of tilt. : , s?ig ht, Mr. Henry .di,  "in-law, Mr. and v. Je. nkins, their two I'' zSters, Mrs. Elsie Mrs. Jessie Cli and a Fo- PP ][d "thr ' ry Jane N=t ee children of l"U day air the Zombro Zombro and Kitty Hughes; in memory of Milton Popkins from Mervin Rnderick, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shank, Marianna Smallwood; in memory of Mr. Edgar Frye from Thomas and Alice Frye, Seattle, Washington; in memory of Kathleen J. Rissler from her daughter, Mrs.  Pat R. Morse; in memory of Mrs. Edith Mercer from her granddaughter, Mrs. Mary Ann Heishman. On Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Chas McDonnough, their four sons of Ranson, Daniel Clipp and son Danny, of Berryville, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dillow and their son Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. David Palmer, their son Shawn, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jenkins, A. J. and Amy, Hebe Clipp and Sandy Jenkins, were dinner guests at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp. Jeffer McDonald remained for the holidays. Dinner guests Tuesday night' of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland were her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frills, Mrs. Mabel Harrison, Charles Town, and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. The Joe Sardone family Christmas gathering at Cherrywond, included Jerry and Fay Sardone, of Reston, Va.; Jerry, Jr., and Brenda Sardone, of Bowie, Md.; and Janet and Ed Owens, and their children Lynne, Laurie and Mike Lanier and Laurie, Kim and Thomas Owens of Virginia Beach. Holiday visitors at Wondbyrne Farm, the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Ware and his mother, Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, were Mr. and Mrs. gary Borman, their sons Jay and Chris, of YoungstoWn, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, Jr., and children Judianne, Jodi and James of Quaker Town, Pa. The Keith Soward family of Alexandria, Va., spent Christ- mas day with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Michael soward, David and James of Avon Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Ballenger, their children Randy, Mike and Chris, of Middleburg, Va., were Wednesday night visitors of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pipes. Mr. and Mrs. Conn Hodgson, Douglas and Connie, spent several dys of the holiday with relatives in St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Thomas Penwell has returned, to her me atte foot surgery in the Jefferson Paul Cannon, Avon Bend. Bob and James Knott, of Frederick, Md., were visitors at the Win- chester home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman, their daughter, Christina, of 4 Shady Acres, Middleway; Mr. [ and Mrs. Dennis Whittington, their children Shannon, Brian and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Penwell and son Larry, of Kearneysville; Mr. Douglas Wiley, of Connecticut; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penwell and children of Martinsburg were holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Penwell. Saturday callers  of Mrs. Clarence Smallwood were Mr. and Mrs. Don Sours and son Craig, Mrs. Sours' brother-in- law and sister of Martinsburg. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Storrs of Avon Bend were I Mr. and Mrs. George Rouseyl '=and son Mark and daughter I ! Dianne, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker. Yeaungling, son Scott and: daughter Jill, all of Aberdeen, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Win. Phillips,, their twosons John and Jason, of Middletown, Md., and the for- mer's son, Erroll Stors, of Washington, D.C. The Johnson family Christmas dinner was held Sunday, January I, at the home of Homer Kees, Gerardstown. Those present were his daughter, Barbara and Tom Wolford, Laura and Stuart and friend Shirley, of Westminster, Md., Douglass and Lennie Ruble of Horse Head, N.Y.; Mrs. Kable Johnson, her sister Mrs. Mabel Harrison, Charles Town; Janice Johnson, of Finksburg, Md.; Susan and Bob Sheely and son Keith, of Herndon, Va., Beulah and Grady Owens and Donald of Summit Point and his friend, I Mrs. Hilda Tabler, Mar- I tinsburg; Mrs. Blanch I Parkinson, Reinhart and Mary I Margaret Johnson, their i daughter Jacque, of Front I Royal, Va., and Mariannal Smallwood. Reinhart was 1 sporting a walking cast due to a broken leg as a result of stepping on a board which was on ice causing him to slip. This hap- pened a few days after Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rouss, who have been vacationing in i Kingston, Texas, returned home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor, Middleway, spent New Year's day with thier son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne I Hill and daughters Andrea and lennifer. Visitors with Mrs. Helen l Chamblin have been Mrs. Earl i Labletown Church Memorial Hospital. She is ' etlr .... w ' ,. has received ,,;- earing a walking cast and gets ["Y of Richard D:t', around very well. I Fellers, children Wayne, Debhie IL,-ervin Roder': Bob Cannon of Columbia, S and Scottie, Mr. and Mrs Kay r " Sallwoo d MlC: C., has been a visitor at the home ] Hayes, Mrs. Anna Linde, '--' ='Y of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 RichardChamblin, Mr.andMrs. | ' ".'-- ' ', ' " " '1 John Lupens. | J] , . J - .  1 New Year's Day, Mr. Howard -J,,icr ,;%=lt|a111lall ill'in 0. Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Dearie .G '1 t, i qLJlll IHiJJI$/J |lgli, | McDonald, their two children IYJ'4,'YJ= "-" ,/ /), - - land Mrs Arthur Bush, of ._ : ', ,C/Jr, t " . [ 7C/00c ICharles Town, were v,s,ters of l "'cnI[RDSTOWN W Va ./- .'-' (the former's sons, Bob and Jl.__ "  . , lCecelia Bush and daughte s, : em&qllllgR  {Sonny Bush and Carol Ann of  ",.'@ r#l=4 ' / In ear Martinsburg. qF @ WaFI ' OW rP ;^'' ="" I" On January 2, Mr. and Mrs. _--v r.t-/./UKiiNt,. 7 Bill Bush, of Winchester; his '::[]([W ,,=,, ]mother, Mrs. Arthur Bush, :IL'| VENI  }Charles Town; Mrs. Dearie lili='___ ==_ vvlre , ]McDonald and two children, ;|'Eb Oeff }were visitors of Mr. H. O. Bush. I .... ,- =wm-vww ] Dennis Whittington who has been training the past four months in the U.S. Army National Guard stationed in St. [,Louis., Miss., spent a two week R0  ]leave with his family. He I returned Wednesday, January 3. ON CNAMPAONE KRABT BROOK m0ut A'9=OU R"',,,, REGULAR LARGE MENU ''LUDING OUR CHEFS PRIDE WIENER SCHNITZEL SAUERBRATEN BROILED LOBSTER TAIL AND MORE... I)in , __Serving Your tvo.te beverage p.m., i4.. " " P.m.1 Sun. 12 noon-9 p.m. .... .,meller ClMb hours, S p.m. til rnidnight Closed Monday T=F= retlalr#iliofls Call 304/IIT(HITR3 ne Innkaers Erwm & Carol Asam from Bavaria, Germany CARTE BLANCH BANK AMERICARD. WELCOME l k---_ , December 30, 1977 OF SUBDIVISION REVIEW i'1  hat the Jefferson County Planning Commission, at their next regular i o, Tuesday January I0 1978 at 7.30 P M, in the offices of the Jefferson " mlsslon  s own West Vtr ma will comder and review J:'= ,' OO.m ' ' "nlbeCityofclarle '1' ' ' "g i" , " ' " . il! ( . ntormation and the impact on the community of the following propose 11%. t  Name of TitlePlat of . Size 00,.on .Robert S. Blue Ridge Route 32, two miles south of II Lots "'ner Reserve, the junction with Route 340 Section 2 57 Acres HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo Mr. Reid Geronimo delivered the sermon at the Engle and Bolivar U.M. Churches Sunday, with Mrs. Sandra Viands assisting at Engle, and Mr. Clifton Butts at Bolivar, with Mrs. VelmJ Ott singing a solo. Mrs. Annabelle Creamer and son from Damascus, Md., were recent visitors vith Mrs. Hilda Creamer and Mrs. Cannie. Donovan. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eisea spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shepherd in having an interest in said proposed subdivision are invited Commission files on subdivision may be reviewed at any time By Order of the Jefferson County Planning Commission Henry B Davenport, President Lavettsville, Va. and - also at- tended the Milbourne reunion in Leesburg on Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Singhas was a recent overnight nd dinner guest with Mrs. Virginia Singhas in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crock and 1 daughter, Nikki lsherwood,] visited with relatives inl Springfield, W. Va., during the I holidays. ! Recent visitors with Mrs. I Mattie Singhas were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Poston of Rippon, and Mrs. Evelyn Parker, and Mr. Earl Roland of Brunswick, Md. Mrs. Ella Zombro spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Riland and family in Port Norris, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Bartlett, Mr. David Hoffmaster, from Jefferson, Md.,a nd Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Jones of Bolivar, were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. David Jones oP Sunday. It's good to see Mr. Franklin Jones out and around had to return for the Glassford I funeral. Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Miller I and son spent Christmas with,I their fdamily, Rev. and Mrs. [ Chester. I. Miller in London, Ohio. Rev. and Mrs. Bey Turner and I sons spent Christmas with her) parents, Rev. and Mrs. M. C. i Scott and Mack in Jamestown, Ohio. Recent callers with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simons and Robert, were Mrs. S. D. Meadows, Mrs. Nora Stewart, Mrs. John Gen- try, and daughter, Mr. G. D. Mason, Mrs. Melvin Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Frand Simons and sons, Rev. Bey Turner, Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Miller. Mrs. Simons has been quite ill but is somewhat improved. Mrs. Louise Bentz has been a patient in a hospital in Washington, D.C. SHEPHERDSTOWN ,Mrs. Janet Hansen these days..  "CC-%%%%%%': ..................... ! Dr i Thomas L. Henson, of RANSON ! Towfnda, New York, son of Mr. Mrs. Floyd Simons and Mrs. Russell Henson, has been named to the newly created -%---%%%%%'-%%';J'-%;;J--'- position of chief engineer of l Sympathy is extended to the Chemical and Metallurgical family of Forrest Glassford, who Division of GTE Sylvafiia, died Christmas night at his home Towanda. GTE Sylvania is a on 7th Avenue. He is survived by subsidiary of General Telephone one son, a sister and a half and Electronics Corporation. brother. Creation of the new position Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roper reflects the division's emphasis of North Carolina, spent on the chemistry and tungsten Christmas with their families and molybdenium and the here. They returned home and chemistry and technology of cobalt. Dr. Henson has been engineering' manager of chemicals and mathematics since 1974. Dr. Henson joined GTE Sylvania in 1970 as department bead of the applied mathematics group. The following year, he was named supervisor of data processing and. applied mathematics. He received a SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 9 THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1978 degree in chemical engineering from Pennsylvania State! American Society of Quality i Control. . . . {University in 1964 and a I Anne Grissinger and helm ]master s degree in 1967 and a Michaels were married on !doctor's degree in chemical l engineering and statistic frdm [ December 30 at a small family !wedding in Maugansville, Md. the University of Wisconsin in : Diane Suttenfield and Michael 1970. Dr. Henson is a member of i the Amiercan Institute of 'Abshire were married on January I at Falling Springs, the Chemical Engineers, RoTal home of the bride's mother. Statistical Society, and the -- --- The -- --- NEW JOCKEY CLUB LOUNGE An exclusive private club is now open for your enjoyment at the.. HOWARD JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT Across from the race track on Rt., 340, East Come, Visit With Jerri and Jenny The Restaurant also features one of the best salad bars in the area.. Visit The NEW Jockey Club Lounge Today! Start your set today The Shell Collection by Anchor Hocking is truly the elegant essence of the sea. 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