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SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 7 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1978 Bloodmobile Visit To Town Most Successful Time; 111 Pints Given the Red! unit tel on February 9 at Presbyterian most successful the quota blood being ex- It9 Persons offered 111 pints were sponsored this County and the Presbyterian with was a four- hsbury U.M. County Ltion, the Jef- "lospital and Stationl Went over the top that the Harpers which is OWn visit of the on Thursday, rticipate as it the Mini- at Jefferson one donor to Mrs. O. Henry club; Allen 3-gallon club now, the 2-gallon are the people With the ad- of the visit: Mrs. Garland Mr. Rondo ank Jovanelly. Mrs. Robert Mrs. William Mrs. Albert Sch- Aids, Mrs. s, Mrs. Linda Rissler, Mrs. Mrs. Robert McGarry, Mrs. Gene i am Hale. Tenney, Oscar Wilt. John Ambrose. Robert Appell, Mrs. John Dtehl, Mrs. Mrs. John Frances Marcus Earp, tg persons Service, Sandra P. Webb. Hospital, Ruth I. W. Bush, lla Costello. Michael COllege, Dale E. Richard A. rtment Store, Ext. Bane. School, Ed- .'lipp Ext. M. Ring. Center, Texaco, Ralph Church, SOciety, John Bebe Edward { I4iddleway, Linda Race Track, EdWard Pine, a Service, Harry M. Kable, Donald Ott, Robert Brewster. County Planning Commission, Merle Johnson. Bank of Charles Town, Henry Jovanelly. Board of Education, Donald Mickey, Stephanie Supp, Gerry Sokol, Susan Knott, Edmund Stewart. Betsy Ross Ext. Homemakers, Joy H. Schwartz, Doris Jurek. Chuck Edgar Painting, Charles J. Edgar. Presbyterian Church, Mildred Stouffer, Agnes Lutz, Helen Long, Edgar Smoot, Jr., Donald Rhodes, James Burns, Virginia Nutzman, Dan Lutz, Anna Reedy, William Ramkey, Leo Kisner, Sr., Meredith Polen, Jane Spinks, Randolph Hilliard. Trinity Gospel, Mary Furr. Women's Aglow, Charlotte Demory. St. James Catholic Church, Gall Smallwood, Dorthea Gillwald. Leetown Baptist, Iris Chrisman, Gary Chrisman, Phillip Johnson. Calvary Assembly of God, William Reed. Oakland Methodist, Mary Henry, Alice J. Rissler. Asbury U.M. Church, Jean Doyle, Marcus Earp, Peter Dougherty, Russell Cave, Diane Coleman. VFW, Faye Montfort, Paul Monffort. Ext. Homemakers, Phillip Boggs, Delores Nicodemus. CWA, Matthew Bittle. J. Russell Fritts, Larry Fritts. Halltown Paperboard, David R. Painter, Franklin D. Knott, Hollins N. Randolph, Randolph Anders. Badger-Powhatan, William Anders, Calvin Hough, Danny Anderson, Lewis Jenkins. Shenandoah Junction Ruritan, Bernard Snyder. South Jefferson Ruritan, Lawrence Willingham, Emmett Boyd. Turf Club, William Pindell. A&P, Lucy Edgar. Coming Glass, Harry Russell. Citizens Fire Co., Betty Costello, Allen Cain. Individuals, Linda Harder, Randolph Anders, Jr., Norman Fauble, Theodore Viands, Robert O'Haver, Jeanne Jones, Warren Sieber, Donald Giar- dina, Catherine Creamer, Raymond Creamer, Fred Crawford, John Snow, Ralph Pitcher, Brenda Courtney, Devona Snyder, Sandra Elliott, Ernest Houser. Leetown Homemakers Meet MethodistChurch The Leetown Extension Club met on Wednesday, .February 15, at 10:30 at the Methodist Church in Leetown. The meeting was opened with Mrs. Janet Whitmore giving the "devotions. She read from Cor. I the Love Chapter and several other readings on Love. A red heart with a Bible verse on love was given to 4 or 5 women, who read the verse on the back of the heart. She closed with a reading, "If you Would Touch My Heart", and a reading on Abraham Lincoln, "Truly a Man of God", and "Me Give Up?", closing with a prayer and the singing of America the Beautiful. This was followed by the salute of the flag. Mrs. Berty Smith gave the lesson in Energy and You, which was enjoyed by the 17 members and 2 visitors present. Next were the committee reports. Cultural Arts report was given by Mrs. Bratina, who announced a concert at Shepherd College and The Diary ETE DISPERSAL Herd & Farm Machinery UCTION. March 1 lth Sqturday, 10:30 a.m. P. frill, III, Berry Hill Farm, Orange, Va. Cow Milking Herd; 47 Bred Heifers - 30 Summer and Fall Freshening; t DHI Rolling Averages, 19,092m 3.2 11,773m 4.4 percent 523f, 30 ;l" 25 x 80 Harvestore w-25 ft. Goliath Ueller Bulk Tank w-dual compressors farm machinery including four J.D. 3020, 2510, and 1520; '77 J-10 Jeep Pick- w-16' cattle body, Datsun 1600 Truck, Wagons, Gehl 99 Hi-Throw Blower, 4-row Corn Planter w-fert, boxes, Bush Hog, Chisel Plows, Gehl Cultivator, Harrow, Haybine, many more items. Per betailed Brochure Contact UCTION & REALTY CO., INC. Richmond, Va. 804-358-8493 of Anne Frank at the Old Opera House. Mrs. Betty Smith gave a short hook report. Citizenship and International Relations report was given by Mrs. Janet Whitmore who reminded us of the contribution of 25 cents for the student fund and the Friendship fund next month. She also urged everyone to write to the Federal Com- munications Commission in Washington about cleaning up television programs. Family Life, no report. Mrs. Margaret Harris, chairman of the Health and Safety committee, reported III pints of blood taken at the Blood Bank sponsored by the Ex- tension Homemakers. Janet Whitmore and Orpha Qulnn made cookies. Craft report was made by Mrs. Dorothy Hennas. Two quilts are being made to sell. One was made and donated by Mrs. Hugh Collis. Public information report was given by Mrs. Mildred Lennon and each month sent to the local paper. No old business and new business, a motion was made, seconded and passed that the club have a sale of handmade articles soon and make posters and distribute over town and advertise on the radio. At noon, a meal was served and a social hour. Mter dinner, all joined in at knotting the two quilts. Birthday gifts were given and the birthday bank was passed around. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Orpha Quinn. Four Women Lead In Local Bridge Play The four highest scores were posted by women in last Wed- nesday's duplicate bridge game at the Charles Town Civic Center. The leading pairs were: Louise Ramey-Ginny Allen, North-South, and Farley Whitley-Rosa Hankey, East- West. Other master point winners were North-South: Jane and John Dully, second, and Pauline Hudson-Mark Bee, third, and East-West: Don Hudson-John Alien, second, and Luella Smith- Harriet Hayes ands Judy Moler- in Catozella, tied for third. John Allen is the ACBL certified lirector and the game stwrts at 7:45 each Wednesday night. TO FILL SEAT WASHINGTON -- Muriel Humphrey, who says she wants to "help complete" some of her late husband Hubert's unfinished legisla- tive business, has been ap- pointed to his vacant seat in the U.S. Senate by Minnesota Gov. Rudy Perpich. 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