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2O SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 2,1978 PEOPL BANK OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY C. Manning Smith Will Be Chairman Annual Meeting State Garden Clubs March 19-21 HUNTINGTON, W. VA. -- "All Things Bright and Beautiful" is the theme chosen for the 48th annual meeting of West Virginia Garden Club, Inc., to be held rat The Greenbrier. White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., March 19-21. Mrs. Royce K. McDonald, Huntington, is president. Members of Shenandoah- Potomac District with Mrs. C. Vincent Townsend, Mar- tinsburg, director, will serve as hostess for the convention. The cenvenUon chairman is Mrs. C. Manning Smith, Charles Town and co-chairman is Mrs. Ellis O. Coleman, Martinsburg. Registration will open Sunday, March 19, at 2 p.m. The Board of Directors will have a dinner and meeting that evening. A varied program of activities featuring well known speakers, informative workshops educational exhibits, and guided tours have been planned by the convention committee. Special guests at the con- vention will be Mrs. Carroll Campbell, Murrells Inlet, S.C. director of South Atlantic. Region; Mrs. William J. Hedley, Hospital Auxiliary Has Monthly Meeting The Jefferson Memorial Hospital held its monthly meeting on Wed., Feb. 22, in the hospital cafeteria. A report was given on the "''aveling Punchbowl" which was served to some one hundred patients, guests and personnel on Christmas Eve. Mrs. Tenney, chairman of the sewing com- mittee, reported that the sewing room is ready at Shenandoah Home and she is contacting the organizations of the community regarding sewing for the hospital. More detailed plans were MRS. C. MANNING SMITH St. Louis, Mo., president of National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc., Mr. Kenn Stephens, Westwood, Mass., flower arranger, and Mr. Chuck Rip- per, Huntington, well known bird and wildlife artist. The convention will officially open at I0 a.m. Monday with a business session. Mr. Arthur Brusco, Pittsburgh, Pa., regional director of CARE, will present the new program adopted as the World Gardening project for 1979-79 for WVGCI. Women Of Moose Hold Chapter Night Charles Town Chapter 1028, Women of the Moose held its regular chapter night meeting, Tuesday, February 14, at 8 p.m. at the Moose Home with Nina Robinson, Hospital Chairman in charge. Senior Regent Lucky Russell opened the meeting with the Four Fold ceremony. Hospital chairman, Nina Robinson, introduced her committee and presented checks to Senior Regent for Women of the Moose Scholarship Fund. The following 7 new can- didates were enrolled: Delores Haynes, Muriel Dietz, Nancy Dailey, Debra Snyder, Josephine Matthews, Patricia Marken and Janie Stewart. made for the fashion show and Special program will he held luncheon, "Top of the Hill" to he in the Charles Town Moose held at Cliffside Motel on Wed., Home Sunday, March 12, at 3 April 19, 12:30 p.m. Tickets at p.m. the Green Cap day $6.50 each were disIributed to honoring Sally McCarty. hte members present. Following adjournment, The next meeting of the refreshments were served with a auxiliary will he held on Wed- Valentine theme carried out. m, "Hobby Be the hospital cafeteria. We invite IIIII ||Ill all ladies of the county to join our group and work for your hospital. C.W. Theatre Charles Town, W.Va. Phone 725-5212 WINKIR SALLY HELD A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR e  0 Theme Meeting County AARP Hobby Time will he the theme ,F the March 9th meeting of the AARP in Fellowship Hall of .bury U.M. Church. Members are asked to bring something you have made or collected as your hobby and let us enjoy it together. Mrs. Nellie Glover, president, will he in charge c. the business meeting and it begins at 10 a.m. A social hour will follow with refreshments, SPRING: That Romanticlime Of The Year. Let ' pi-R-SO-NA L S, 99TH BIRI;HDAY Mrs. Frank L. Bushong, well known local resident for a number of years, marked her 99th birthday last Wednesday. Mrs. Bushong is now a guest at the Jeffersonian Manor. She is alert and quick to recall many of her cherished memories down through the long number of years. She was born February 22, 1879 and is the widow of the late Attorney Frank Bushong and the mother of three children, the late Attorney Lee Bushong, Dr. Millard Bushong of Shepherd \\;College, and Mrs. George "Sarah" Dress, of Chambersburg, Pa., and has a number of grandchildren. On her birthday, she received numerous letters and calls of congratulations. J. Emory Kable, local retired businessman, underwent surgery on Tuesday at the Winchester Memorial Hospital, having entered there last Wednesday. Mrs. John F. Ambrose has returned to her home after spending one week at Homestead, Hot Springs, Va. CELEBRATES 56TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt, near Charles Town, celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary on Sunday, February 26th. Their twin daughters took them out to dinner. They received beautiful flowers from their daughters, Ida Mac and family and Rosebud and family. They received several lovely cards Laura Jean Domy Harry "Bing" Crmby Plan June Wedding LAURA JEAN DORSEY Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dorsey of Charles Town, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage to their daughter, Laura Jean, to Mr. Harry "Bing" Crosby, son of Mrs. Nondas Crosby, of Hollywood, California, and Mr. Harry Crosby of Morgantown, W. Va. Laura is a graduate of Charles Town High School and a 1973 graduate of Shepherd College She is employed by the Jefferson County Board of Education as a music teacher at Page Jackson Elem. School. Bing is a graduate of Beverly Hills High School and a 1975 graduate of West Virginia University. He is employed by Cort Furniture Rental in Alexandria, Va. A June 17th wedding is being planned. and money from friends and relatives. I"Top Of The Hill" Will Be Auxiliaq Show April 19 Mrs. H. J. Cain, Jr., returned to her home on South George Street, after visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cain, Ill, Columbus, Ohio. The Rt. Rev. Robert P. Atkinson is a guest of Rev. and Mrs. James Towner, South Mildred Street, while conducting a preaching mission at Zion Episcopal Church. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and family were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turner, daughters Thea and Candy Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Carlton Mrs. Sharon Corbin, Mrs. Sheila Dupuy, son Daren and Mr. and Ylrs. James Kisner. Dr. P e adman Speaks To .Dental Society On Pedodontic Problems Dr. Geoffrey Pearlman, a Hagerstown pedpdpntist, spoke at the Eastern Panhandle Dental Society meeting Tuesday night at the Anthony House. Dr. Pearlman was introduced by Dr. Kenneth Psillas, Charles Town, who is president of the group. General Pedodontic Problems and the Solutions was the topic of Dr. Pearlman's talk. Pedodontia is a specialty in children's dentistry. A graduate of the University of Maryland and Howard Dental School, Dr. Pearlman did graduate work at Eastman Dispensary in Rochester, N.Y. He is the at|thor of numerous scientific articles. The Eastern Panhandle Dental Society is a component of the American ' Dental Association and. the W. Va. Dental Association. Members are dentists from Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties. Delat Zeta Sorodty To HoM Auction The sisters of the Delta Zeta Sorority of Shepherd College will be having an auction and raffle i in front of Knutti Hall on King Street in Shepherdstown on Saturday, March 4, beginning at Help you select your New ,1 a.m. Some items that will be for op.s-00n" Wardrobe sale area 23 channel C.B. radio, fireplace screen and hearth set, Specializing In Ladies Dresses Junior, household appliances and many other items too numerous to MiwJ L Half Sizes .,mention.. . [] A specml gift will be awarded TMI: MIBImflB RflllTIOH| II at 12 noon and the winner must e.=-..... .... v .... ,=,==.,.,.. ]] he present at the time in order to Where ouHaveNoPorking Worries |1 cullect the prize. Ticke.tslaL | purchased from any ue ta ta Hours: Monday & Friday-10 a.m.4 p.m. | sister that morning. 'rm., Wed., Thurs; & Sat.-10 a.m.-5 p.m. |1 The auction and raffle is one of Tues.,Wed.&Thurs.4p.m.-gp.m. |] many fund raising projects to By Appt.  raise money fro' the sorority , activities throughout the year.: "Top of the Hill" will be the fashion show and luncheon sponsored by-the Jefferson Memorial Hospital Auxiliary on Wednesday, April 19, at the Cliffside Motel new banquet room, Harpers Ferry. The luncheon will he served at 12:30 p.m., followed by a fashion show by the Barn of Bunker Hill and shoes by Ramey's of Charles Town. Door prizes will he given. Tickets are on sale at $6.50 per person from any member of the auxiliary or call Mrs. A. M. Leh- man, ticket chairman, or Mrs. Richard Riley, auxiliary president. Ralph Douglas Hom Freshman Advimr At Davidson College Ralph Douglass Horn, a Davidson College junior from Charlottesville, has been elected Freshman Advisor for the 197 calendar year. Freshmen advisors work with college officials in giving Davidson freshmen an in- troduction to college life, especially during orientation week. Horn is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Horn, 700 Highland Avenue, Charlottesville, Va., and a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Horn, of Bakerton. At Davidson, he has been an admissions tour guide, a hall counselor, captain of the cross country track team and holds the school records in the steeplechase and the mile run. H. F. Fire Co. Dances March 10 - April 7 The Friendship Fire Company of Harpers Ferry, will sponsor a dance at the fire hall on Friday, March 10, from 9 till 1. Music will be furnished by Basic Gold band. For reservations call 535- 6915 or 535-6967. Admission, $6.00 per couple, $4.00 stag. The fire company will sponsor Damion and the Classics at the 'fire hail on Friday, April 7. Tickets are now on sale at $10.00 per couple. MR. & MRS. WASHBURN PARENTS OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Steve Washburn announce the birth of their first child, Wendy Elizabeth, born February 24, weighing 6 lb. 43/4 oz. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. Kenneth Barron of Shepherdstown and paternal grandparents are Mrs. Jean Baughman of Tampa, Fla. and Mrs. James Washburn, of Lost Creek, W. Va. Winners In Charles Town Duplicate Bddge Master points went to four pairs at the ACBL duplicate bridge game last Wednesday night at the Charles Town Civic Center. Pauline Hudson and John Allen, Ist; Joan and Ron Harmon, 2rid; Jane and John Dully, 3rd, and Fred Mayer-Vin Catozella, 4th. John Allen is the Certified Club director and the weekly game starts at 7:45 p.m. Prepared Child Birth Traci S. Welsh To Become Bdde Mr. Charles Taylor MISS TRACI WELSH Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Welsh, of Bakerton, W. Va., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Traci Suzanne, to Mr. Charles D. Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Taylor, of Smethport, Pa. Traci is a 1975 graduate of Jefferson High School and is attending Shepherd College. Mr. Taylor is a 1968 graduate of Blue Mountain Academy in Hamberg, Pa. A May wedding is being planned. DAUGHTER BORN TO MR. & MRS. WANNEN Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wannen of Silver Spring, Md., are the Classes Will Begin Pr I parents of a baby boy, David epared Childbirth classes [ Cameron, born February 16. The will begin a new series for ex- ...... I baby weighed 8 ibs. 1/2 oz. Mrs. pectant parents, WhOSe Dames a IWannen zs the former P_mela are due in May, June or July .............. " [ Kay nyder, daughter of Mr. and t;ontact Mrs. rnyms cmwalIM, Richard Snvder of Jef- 725-6502, etc 2458 before 6 p m "' s , " " "I ferson Avenue, Charles Town. arid 725-9458 after 6 p.m. SMOKEY BEAN CASSEROLE I pound great northern beans 4 quarts water 1 cup sliced onion 2 large cloves garlic, unpeelec] 1 pound lamb cubes, about 1 -inch 1 pound pork cubes, about 1-inch 6 pork sausage links, about 1 pound 2 tablespoons oil 1-1/2 cups concordgrape jelly 2 teaspoons salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/2 cup diced bacon Miss Tlosa Wiley Mr. Roy Vincent Engagement Told MISS THERESA WILEY Mr. and Mrs. Phillip M. Wiley, Sr., of Route 4, Harpers Ferry, announce the engagement of their daughter Theresa Ann, to Mr. Roy Leslie Vincent, Harpers Ferry campsites. Miss Wiley is a 1977 graduate of Jefferson High School and is presently employed by Xerox Corporation, in Leesburg, Va. Mr. Vincent is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vincent, Route 3, Harpers Ferry campsites. He is a 1976 graduate of Jefferson High School and is employed with J. B. Stowell and son, Great Falls, Va. No date has been set for the wedding. The Beauty Villa 109 S. George St. Well Told "So Fred has given up smoking?" "Yes, On the advice of his doctor, at the request of his wife, and by command of his mother-in-law." Keel Guided Plastic Kites ALL STYLES Featuring The Latest Styles for Men & Women Stylists: Ann Manuel Vicky Henry Ann Widmyer Brenda Bush, Owner HOURS: Tuesday thru Saturday 9 to 5 Thursday 9 to 7 PHONE: 725-4010 Appointments Nor Always Necessary Re-cyclable Items Collected Staurday In Harpers Ferry The monthly collection of recyclable paper, glass and aluminum will be Saturday, March 4 from 9 to 12 noon at the Harpers Ferry Post Office Square. The Harpers Ferry District Environmental Council and volunteer Scouts will receive these items for reprocessing into new products to save energy and materials. Only aluminum cans can be accepted since there is no market for steel cans in this area at this time. / Miss (mthia Dillow Mr. Terry Nicewamer Engagement Is Told The engagement of Miss Cynthia L. Dillow, daughter of Mrs. Raymond M Dillow and the late Mr. Dillow of Harpers Ferry, to Mr. Terry L. Nicewarner, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Nicewarner, of Millville, is announced by her mother. Both are employed by the U.S. Government in Langley, Va. No date has been set for the wedding. No one ever built a successful business on ex- cusos for not doing the work, regardless of how good the excuses were. O'NEILL ON PARK House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill said he has demanded that the South Korean govern- ment permit Tongsun Park to testify to House investigators on alleged influence buying-- or risk the loss of U.S. military aid. Miss Mr. Densil Be MI8 Mrs. Frances D: Mr. George E, Charles Town, engagement and marriage of theft Cynthia Lynn Nibert, son Leroy Nibert, West virginia. Cindy is a Jefferson Hi tended James She is currently secretary for in Charles Town. Densil is a Pleasant High received a B.S. Education, from University in presently School at Sh is employed )Y County Boar Social Studies pers Ferry Jz The open being planne 25th at the AsbUrY in Charles Town. Bob : It is a cat follow yo? Rob: That sl whether you're s mouse. C.W. THEAT Charles Town W.Va. STARTS WEDNESDA Y At 4 DAYS ONLY! 4-foot wide span Ready To SCOTT & WH SUPER SERVICE PHARMACIES Charles Town Pharmacy Your Discount Pharmacy 125 W. Washington St. Clmdes Town, w.Va. NEWLY REMODELED