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4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1978 MASTER IAN R. CROSS, FIRST GRANDSON TO RECEIVE AMERICAN FLAG IN MEMORY OF GRANDFA1HER KILLED IN WORLD WAR II Master Ian Rutherford Cross, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross, of Shenandoah Junction, became the first youngster in Jefferson County to be presented an American flag which had been flown over the nation's capitol building in Washington, D.C., in memory of his grandfather, the late Thomas R. Moore, Jr., who was one of the first soldiers from Jefferson County killed in World War II. The flag was obtained by the Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post No. 3522 of Charles Town, and the presentation was made in front of the Jefferson County Court House on February 28. Ian's grandfather was serving with the U.S. Army Infantry in the European Theatre of operations and was killed during an offensive drive in Hercun Forrest in Belgium in November 1944. He was critically injured when he stepped on a land mine and died a short time later in a field hospital. Shown in the above picture, are, left to right -- Lisa McKinney, Mrs. Isabel Albright, Americanism chairman of the VFW Auxiliary; Mrs. Dorothy Caperton,, who accepted the citation certificate for Ian and her son, grandmother of Ian, Mrs. Robert Cross, mother of Ianl and it was 2 years ago when her father was killed; Lori Fadeley and Carla Nutter, who represented the Youth of Today and Leaders of Tomorrow group of the VFW Auxiliary and Mrs. Hilda Buhrman, Chaplain of the VFW Auxiliary. Standing in back, are, left to right -- Mrs. Beverly Jones, president of the VFW Auxiliary; Carol McKinney, an Auxiliary member; Mr. Cross, Mr. Paul Nutter, Mrs. Paul "Alice" Nutter, a member of the Auxiliary an! Mrs. Fleeta Writt, conductress for the Auxiliary. SUMMIT POINT Joyce Rudolph Birthday's are March news here with several celebrations each week. The McKee clan did it up big last Sunday at a bir- thday gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee, St., honoring Mr. McKee and their twin children, Mrs. Genevieve Gouchenour, of Bedington  Mr, ar McKee, J]'., of KeameysI)e, and also their grandchildren, Edward McKee, Ill, and Kathy Ott, who turned 4 years old and two respectively, both of Kearneysville, and their cousin, Mrs. Anna McKee, of Bedington. The party was complete with a country ham dinner and an enormous cake baked by Mrs. Edward McKee, Jr., who managed to list all the above birthday names on it. Aside from those guests previously men- tioned, Mrs. McKec entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ott, Mr. Meadie Gouchenour. and children Kim and Cindy, all of Kearneysville; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rice and Mr. Newton McKee, all of Bedington, and Mf and i Tom Jackson and son Ricky, of Middleway. Little Toni DeLColle celebrated his 8th birthday this :Wednesday at home with his i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Del- AUCTIONEER Darwin K. Plumlee Rt. 1 Hedgesville, W.Va. 25414 Phones: 725-8874 or 263-5651 Colle and sister and brother, M]chelle and Mark, en]oymg a special dinner and a decorated cake with ice cream. He was thrilled with his gifts from his family and was later seen out in the snow practicing casting with his new fishing rod. tn further celeb]'ation, the family motored to Maryland on Sunday to visit with Toni's maternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward King of Cheverly and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Jo Del-Colle and his aunts, Misses EugeMie and Franceska Del+coole of Bowie. Also Paul Rudolph celebrated his llth birthday on Tuesday at a party given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph in their home Aside from his brothers Mark and Paul, his guests were his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Rudolph and Mr. jack Pondur, all of Charles Town; Parker Webb, .of Orchard Hills Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children Karen and Doug and Danny Mills. Paul received many nice gifts and enjoyed an outing at the Valley Mall in Hagerstown on Saturday where he received an object lesson in money management ! IOAI00I. Foam insulation from the With the cost of energy for Homefoamers ' can cut your home home heating and cooling going up fuel consumption and save you a lot every day, putting off the decision to of money on home heating and insulate your home can be costly. cooling. For complete details or a There's nothing you can do no-obligation estimate, write or about rising home fuel costs. But call us today. now, with foam insulation from the Homefoamers, there's a way to use less of that costly fuel and save yourself money on your fuel bills for heating this winter and cooling next summer. Our foam insulation is pumped into your walls, flowing into every nook and cranny and forming an THE HOMEFoAMER$  876- 2425- Office 876. 2453- Home Shepherdstown, W. Va. 25443 Please send me complete details about your foam insulation. Name Address Ph. City State effective barrier to heat and ... - F -- Zip co00d. I, around p00pes and e00ectnca] o00tlets, o.. ", _... iScientfic Applications, Inc 9 ---=... Recently family and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown to celebrate the farmer's 63rd birthday at a dinner followed by traditional birthday cake and ice cream. Mr. Burner's guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cunningham and Mr. David Burner of Win- chester; Mrs. Grace Burner, Mrs. Carrie Waiters, Mr. John Burner of Berryville; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Romine of Hager- stown; Mr. and Mrs. David Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood, Mr and Mrs. Neff Myers of Front Royal and Mrs. Quenton Burner and children Lisa, Karen, Lane, Clint and Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Burner. It's good to report that the Rev. Charles Frum returned home from the Winchester hospital Saturday. Mr. Frum is doing very well but must remain house bound for a while. Please continue to pay for him. Miss Andy Verburg of Mid- dleway, spent Monday at the home of Michelle Del-Colle. Kirk Benton of Middleway was an overnight guest on Wed- nesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children. Visitors during the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons were Mr. Larry Grove of Leetown on Monday and Mr. Tom Wilson and daughter of Brunswick on Friday. Mrs. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town, visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson and Donnie. On Sunday, the Rev. James Burner, resident at the VA Hospital, spent the day visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burner. Mr. and Mrs. Carol McBride and children of Inwood, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children and Mr. nd Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons. The Summit Point U.M. Church is planning a Maundy Thursday service for March 23 at 7:30 p.m. Miss Marion Weister Awarded Arts Degree By Business College Miss Marion Annette Weister, daughter of Mrs. Rosa M. Weister and the late Mr. James E. Weister, Sr., Shenandoah Junction, was awarded the Associate in Arts Degree by the Hagerstown Business College, Hagerstown, Md., at com- mencement exercises on Sun- day, March 5. Miss Weister was enrolled in the Maryland Medical Secretarial School which is the para-Medical division of the college. She also completed 13 weeks resident internship training at Washington H.ospital Center, Washington, D.C., which is one of four such hospitals engaged in a cooperative training program with the College. Graduates of the medical secretarial school are prepared to work as secretaries and medical secretaries to physicians in private practice, hospitals, government medical installations, and in industrial; medical positions. Miss Weister graduated from Jefferson High School in 1976. WOMENS AGLOW MEETS WED., MARCH 29 The regular monthly meeting of the Womens Aglow Fellowship, of Jefferson County, usually held on the fourth Wednesday, has been postponed, and will be held this month on Wednesday, March 29, in the Lions Club Center at 1 p.m. JEFFERSON INN NOW OPEN for BUSINESS Route 9, North Charles Town, W.Va. (Formally Tony's Restaurant) Phone: 725. 8296 BROHERSOFHARMONY AT RIPPON ON SUNDAY The Brothers of Harmony will he bringing in songs at the Sylvanna Baptist Rippon, on March 19, Come and enjoy song service. Rev. Thomas the public. I 1250 CADET W Cub Cadet Lawn and Garden Tractor, . circr,,,,U. T.i tf..S,, with automotive frames and all-steel drive trains. Tough. fast. Available SAVE with dozens of attachments. ' 5 models, 10 to 16 hp, hydrostatic or gear drive. SALEENDS MARCH 18, 1978 PEOPLE'S SUPPLY FARM MACH CHARLES TOWN, W.VA.