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Allen Glassford "Ruritan-0f-Year" Allen Glassford (shown left), of Summit Point, and a member of the South Jefferson Ruritan Club, is shown being Ladies' Night program held December 17 at the Shannondale Club House. Allen was honored as the "Ruritan of the Year." I-la al. n had a rm r p. attendanea r enrd far a rm.riewl of aight SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Former s ADVOCATE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28 ]'985 March 7th at 11 a.m. at the Club with a talk on Pewter. Call Dottle Pugh 7"25-1130 or Nancy Keh'ington 725-1667. for reservations. Luncheons are $5 for members and $6 for guests~ Make this a gala opening for 1985! Also on your calendaFs note Garden Club on March 18th: Pop Singers at the High ~hool on March 22 and 23 at 8, pm.: Old Opera House presentation of Fan- tasticks on March 15, 1~. 17 and 22, 23, 24 This is a great show with an appeal for all and a grand ~ay to celebrate Spring! March 16 is our Club's St. Patrick Day Dance and on the 30th we have Family l~hzn Nite with the Jeffer- son Jazz Band Jotting these goodies on your calendars should prove life is real, earnest and totza fun for all! Our sick folks are mending but we still n~ to bombard the Heavens with prayers, on the list are Lorraine Ricketts, Elaine Warren, Lew Walters, Bob Klaasse, Brenda Lee Jeff Osborne, Richard Walsh and his family, Charlie Bolyard. Jim Owens, Kathleen Fox, Elaine BIinkley. Evelyn Taylor, Errol Ward, Jewell Torns. Mike DeWitt, Mary Yar- brough, Betty Cook's daughters, Harry Grayson. Aurelia Baumgard- ner. and so many others who are flu nUtttm~ or ~it' u~erwl~. G 's wish that life must go on show- ed up again with two new grand- children: William Michael Miller in clerkship with Judge Caron of Har- ford County. Congrats. Dee'. Our little preemie, Ashley Renee Kelvington, daughter of Pam and David Kelvington is now home. To celebrate ber homecoming, her mater- nal grandfather made a beautiful dark pine cradle for her Now 6 pounds, 9 ounces, she coos on daily! The Va-ie ntine's game nite and dance was en'Joyed by all who attend- ed There was great comraderie and some wonderful "eats.'" Margaret SWinger. Vivian Mclntosh and I attended the showing of "Gemini" at the Shepherd Creative Arts Center. This birthday comedy was presented by the College Theatre Department and was well done. The tenement stage setting in a Judo- Hebraic-Italian neighborhood of South Philly was perfect and the characters excelled in diction, character por- trayal and choice. Laurie Tomasino whom we have seen often in ()OH, won great applause. Bob Zingg of the Zingg Karate School in Charles Town and a resident of Shannondale ~ offer a demonstra- tion of skill and techniques and weapons in Okinawan Karate. This will be on March 2 at the Old Charles etc can also see the breaking of boards and bricks. Bob tells me some of his students from his studio in Until next time, keep well, take care and remember, enjoy life now B? the time you reach those greener pastur ~ you may not be able to chmb the fence CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 N E~,S BRIEI-'S Brenda and Jack Hooper of Tuscawilla Hills spent the past weekend v~sitmg at the home of Bron- wyn and Danny Davis of Cumberland. Md, also some other friends and neighbors when they ~ere residents there Ham and Louise Sisson of Ro,:kville. Md. spent the past weekend at the home of Francina Stonesifer at 312 South Samuel Street. It was a return- ing to the home place for Louise who spent a part of her childhood in the beautiful big home of her ancestors, Robert H. Phillips family Francina. her cousin has restored the property When in this area, the Sissons take most of their meals ~t House at Shenandoah love-Isabel s" home Chartie and Scottie Washington Street ha;e their home after spending at their winter home in Charlie is recuperatin~ heart surger is doing fine~ ing about two mii~ a da3 Mrs Steve Clopper who Fort Lauderdale The ty and her late husband and~t daughters ing lived in the Ware George Street ~hile residents of (harles cuses escaped most of weather m Florida that vacationers expe were in the southern Sorry my column ~s a w~xek I've been g week suffering tram an Better luck next w(~k GIVE THE Precisely We're a friendly A I I Last week I added my own thoughts of Reverend Jim Towner but they did not make the column, so here goes again - Truly he is a "Shepherd of the I or I BUICKS PONTIA, CS 0LDSMOBILES I l GMC TRUCKS UY'S j BUICK- PONTIAC-OLDS. GMC & Route 9 North I .I--,~Ch~l.T~n, W.Va. [ Call 725-3448 [ Ear, Nose, Throat, Head and Allergies. will be startin to see NEWpatients at his Charles Town office. South Preston Street, Tuesday mornings 9:30 a.m. to 12 Noon Starting March 12, 1985 Appointm nt Only 11728-7195 : : : :;; ), i~i)/ /~::!':> ~ :' : !: ~ ;::.- i | ] 876- TRY We Have The Most Complete Dell-Bakery In OUR Sweet Rolls, i DELl "-- Rolls DELIGHTS Breads I All Baked Fresh Daily. Sandwich Of The . ' . . Week J This Week We Are Featuring: Meatball & Cheese J Esskav Bolonnn lb. S Hoagie I " - serveclwarm 99,I Homemade Potato Salad lb. J HOURS: Fresh Baked Cheese Danish 2 for 9 A.M.-10 P.M. Mon-Fri IIA.M.-IOP.M. Saturday Fresh Baked Pumpkin Pie (46 Ounce) 1 1 A.M.-6 P.M. Sunday / i ! +QII %/( : ~! ~ii~