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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1978 + ,, , ,, Bee Line Chapter DAR Heal00 r Presentation By Walton Stowell, Recognizes+ Veteran Members TOP PERSONALITIES AT MEETING: Shown above are some of the top personalities featured on the program at the annual Wasngton celebration of Bee Line Chapter NSDAR, held recently at the Village House Restaurant in Shenandoah Junction. They are, as shown in the top picture, left to right - Walton "Kip" Stowell, an architect and gallery owner of Harpers Ferry, featured speaker; Mrs. Florence Moore, past vice-president general and honorary state Regent; Mrs. Leone Hamilton, W. Va. State Chaplain; Miss Edith Gardner, the only remaining charter member of the Chapter, present at the meeting; and Mrs, Ann Groves, Chapter Regent. Shown in the bottom picture are, left to right -- Mrs. Paul Manzuk, Chapter Historian; Walton Stowell and Mrs. Groves. Manzuk. Chapter chaplain, Mary Alice Lemon, gave the blessing and Sarah Humston, flag chairman, led in the pledge of allegiance to the American flag. A program folder, a DAR bookmark, a star shaped nut cup and a handmade criter were at each place setting. Mrs. C. W. Hamilton was in charge of arrangements for the Washington Day celebration. Miss Edith Gardner, the only charter member present, was given special recognition for her past efforts in behalf of the chapter and her unfailing loyalty in attendance at meetings. She was first a member of Pack Horse Ford Chapter 81 years ago. Members with 50 years or over in Bee Line are Mrs. Florence Walton Stowell, an architect and art gallery owner in Harpers Ferry, using slides from the Interpretive Design Center of the Natrional Park Service, spoke on "Preservation of History in Architecture". The Washington Day celebration, an annual event of Bee Line Chapter NSDAR, was the oc- casion for him showing color slides of reconstructed buildings, street scenes and also pointing out possible future use of backyards. In conclusion, he showed a natural builder making her nest in a window sill...ever wary of encroacher cat ready to bespoil her home. The meeting was held recently at the Village House. The speaker was introduced by Chapter Historian, Mrs. Paul HAIR by SANDY Wants you to take advantage of our SPECIAL s2.00 off on all Permanent Waves. Let Peggy, Liz +or Sandy put you in that "Cut Above the Rest" accented with an easy care PERMANENT WA W. Our staff wants you to be ready for the upcoming EASTER HOLIDAYS. Don't be left out on our Fabulous Special. Call us for an appoin- tment Now. 725-2764. Special lasts until March 23, 1978. Clark, Miss Louise Briscoe, Mrs. Mable Brown, Mrs. Frances Todd, Mrs. Alice Bushoug and Miss Louise Kable. Eighteen members with 25 or more years to their credit were also named. Guests present were Mr. Jack Getzendanner whose mother was the organizer and first regent of Bee Line, Mrs. Bessie Hendricks from Pack Horse Ford Chapter, Mrs. Norman Snyder and Mrs. Faris Smith of William Hefishaw Chapter, Mrs. Sarah Snyder, reporter; Mrs. Christine Shade, Mrs. Whitley, sister of Bee Line Regent; Mr. James Tabb, photographer, and Mr. C. W. Hamilton. Presiding regent, Mrs. Ann Groves, announces that the chapter yearbook was awarded a blue ribbon by the State organization and a National gold Honor Roll citation for ex- cellence. Since Mrs. Frank Bushong Located on Rt. No. 9 North Ranson, W.Va. Sandy Taylor Prop. Lemen, chairman. June 2, Eastern District meeting, Coach House at Shady' Rest, 10 a.m. June 16 and 17, workshop at Jackson's Mill. October 19, 20, 21, State Conference at Cliffside Motel, Harpers Ferry. Personals CELEBRATES 35TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Dorothy and Mearl O. Wilt of Harpers Ferry, Route 3, Box 335, celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary in February. Alan and Barbara Bolstridge, Tuscawflla Hills, near Charles Town, are the parents of a son, Eric Alan, born Saturday, March 4, in the Winchester Memorial Hospital, weighing 9 Ibs. I oz. Awaiting Eric's arrival home was his sister, Amy Carin. Born to Mr. adn Mrs. Arnold Hudgins Eberly on March 1, a daughter Alease, in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Eberly is the former Miss Barbara Anne Dooley. Shepherdstown Woman's Club To Meet Friday The Shepherdstown Woman's Club will meet at the Town Library on Friday, March I0, at 2 p.m., weather permitting. Mrs. Paul Gruver will present the program, "An Easter Celebration". Shepherd College students, Georgianne Hin- chcliffe and Sharon Teter will present special music with the guitar and the autoharp. Rosemary Sue Bailey Mr. Barty+['. Baker Eniplgement Is Told ROSEMARY SUE BAILEY Announcement has been made of the engagement of Rosemary Sue Bailey, daughter of Mrs. C. Henderson Bailey, of Lewis Street, Winchester, and the late Mr. Bailey, to Mr. Barry Linville Baker, son of Mrs. Hubert .S. Baker and the late Mr. Baker, of Kernersville, North Carolina. Miss Bailey is a 1970 graduate of John Handley High School, Winchester, and a 1974 graduate of Emory and Henry College, Emory, Va., and is presently teaching in Franklin County, Roanoke, Va. Mr. Baker is a 1969 graduate of East Forsythe High School in Kernersville, and a 1973 graduate of Elon College in Burlington, N.C. He is currently employed by the Max Ward Delmar Studios in Roanoke, Va. A June 10th wedding is planned in the Braddock Street U M. Church, Wincheste,, Va. Miss Angela Dailey Is Installed New Worthy Advisor Rainbow Gids could not be present to receive her birthday cake on her 99th birthday, the youngest member present, Miss Deborah Ramey was selected to present the cake to Mrs. Buaboug immediately after the party. She was ac- companied by the Regent and Mrs. Polly Houser. Dates to remember-- April 19, W. Va. luncheon, May Flower Hotel, Period Room, 2:30, A public installation of the newly elected officers of the Charles Town Chapter Order of Rainbow Girls was held February 12, with Miss Angela Dailey, shown above, being installed as the new Worthy Advisor. Other officers installed were: W. Advisor, Bridget Smith; Charity, Patty Ott: Hope, Mary Wright; Faith, Barbara Maphis; Recorder, Kelly Burke; Treasurer, Paula Manzuk; Chaplain, Missy Florence Moore, coordinator, Fiorvanti; Drill Leader, Laura tickets $10.50, Mrs. James Dunn; Bow Stations, Valerie It's Our First Anniversary And Your Invited To Why Not Make A Date To Enjoy With Us Our FIRST ANNIVERSARY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15 We Thank You" For Making Our First Year A Success See.Our Winter " Clothes Now At Fantastic Prices THE MIRROR BOUTIOUE State Rte. 9 - Baker Heights MRS. FRANK BUSHONG HONORED ON HER 99th BIRTHDAY WITH BIRTHDAY CAKE BY BEE LINE NSDAR CHAPTER Hine, Melonie Remsburg, Becki Reese, Cindy Hough, Laurie Payne, Bonnie Delauney, Mary Kline; Confidential Observer, Shari Lancaster; Outer Ob- server, Cindi Reese; Musician, Guni Reese; Choir Director, Debbie Scott and Mother Ad- visor, Pat Mills. The Worthy Advisor's theme for the year is "Love" and her son is "Pass It On". Her flower is the trumpet lily, her colors are red and white, her scripture verse is Corinthians, Chapter 13 and her project is the assembly. She said, during her term of office she plans to build up the Assembly and repair podiums, scarves and streamers. She also says the Assembly will be Mrs. Frank Bushong, a charter member of the most elderly of the Chapter, NSDAR, was signally honored by the DAR ladies presented her a large birthday cake in connection with the 99th birthday. Although Mrs. Bushong was not able to be present at thel Washington Birthday celebration which the Chapter held recently Village House Restaurant in Shenandoah Junction, the big birthday delivered to her in person at her home on South Mildred Street in Town. The above picture shows Mrs. Pauline "Polly" Houser, Parliamentarian, left, and Deborah Ramey, and Mrs. Joseph GroveS, making the presentation of the cake to Mrs. Bushong. Miss youngest member of the Chapter, while Mrs. Groves is the Chapter For more than 50 years, Mrs. Bushong was a regular attender at Washington Birthday parties, but in the past several years, she confined to her home and not able to be present. Elder Robert Paean To Be At House Of Prayer Church the gavel. The Worthy Advisor also presented each of her in- stalling officers with a gift and presented her parents with gifts and a song, "Beyond the Sun- set". The installing officers were: Installing Worthy Advisor, Mrs. Mary Jenkins; Installing Marshall, Mrs. Karen Morriss; Installing Chaplain, Mrs. Esther Hehle; Installing Recorder, Mrs. Gall Sherman; Installing Musician, Mrs. Dot Furr; Escort, Mr. James Daily; Soloist, Mrs. Eileen Hovermale. The assembly room was decorated in red and white. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Elaine Friend. And the assembly was then closed. Special guests were the Job's Daughter, Bethel No. 14 of Harrisonburg, Va. Miss Susan Wall and Miss Lynn Wine, helped serve refreshments. VFW Auxiliary Votes NumberCont Members of the Auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 3522, held a meeting February 20, atthe Post Home in Charles Town. The group voted to make a $25.00 contribution to the Citizen's Fire Company; another donation of $25.00 to the Wheel chair fund at the Baker V.A. Center and another $26.50 to the Health and Happiness Fund at the National Home. The Auxiliary also voted to hold a fish fry on March 12, with a charge of $2.50 for adults and for children. The next meeting was set for Elder Robert Parran, choir and congregation of the Wayside Holiness Assembly of God Church will be at the House of Prayer, Church of God on March 12, 1978, at 4 p.m. The House of Prayer is located on the corner of Congress and Water streets. Pastor, Elder Robert Taylor is the pastor, Bishop Walter Newman is the assistant pastor. The public is invited. 'ake Today Count" Group In County The "Make Today Count" organization of Jefferson County, will meet Sunday, March 12, at 3 p.m. in the Educational Building of the Charles Town Asbury U.M. Church. "Make Today Count" brings together for mutual aid and discussion cancer patients and others with life threatening illnesses, their families and other interested persons. For additional information, call Bessie Kelley, 725-6064or Naomi Moses, 725-5695. KYE'S HAIR Miss Geoqie To Become Mr. Larry Ferry, engagement marriage Georgia Lynn, Dean Breede Ferry, son Sr., of and the late Miss Moore, late Naomi graduated fr o this June. A June planned. Will Be Closed March 12 Thru While Attending N. Y. international Hair KYE'S HAIR STYLISTS Vlonday night, March 6. Attention I Charles Town, W. Va. Phone Special Double Money Saving Offer. Receive a rebate of either $3.00 on your purchase of 100 [ insulin syringes raising money for the Grand tnsulin user! niecting in June and Supreme in August. The new Worthy Advisor was escorted and crowned by her father, Mr. James Dailey. She wore a long red dress, with white fur to represent her colors. And the installing Worthy Advisor, her grandmother, presented her or $7.00 on your purchase of 200 I insulin syringes For details ask your pharmacist. SCOTT & WHIT Charles Town YOUR DISCOUNT 125 W. Washington St.- Charles Town, NEWLY