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4 before the Devil knows you are dead! I am so happy to report that your cheer and prayers are do- ing a mending job on some of our sick folks, so keep it up and this week remember Helen Vitacco, Evelyn Taylor, Loret. ta Walsh, Virginia Dailey, Bunch Duke, Kathleen Fox, Fred Badin, Mickey Bowen, Mary Jane Tippits, Helen Raskin, and if you hear of any others, do call me. ,H,l I I "guys and gain" are doing it creatively green. There's a SHANNONDALE great prize for the best Olga Waiters costumes a la Erin! Also on the Dial 725-6102 19th the diligent swallows I return to Capistrano, Those ,-:H, ''"" birds may have to wade into Happy St. Pat's Day! May that area this year. It is said you be in Heaven a half hour they return every year and have since 17112, when an earth- quake destroyed the great ntis- sion there and the birds have been late just once. That makes them smarter than a lot of folks! On the 19th the Shannondale Hunting and Fishing Club has a Turkey Shoot; Trap and any caliber handgun, at noon. Folks are enjoying the Dart Board in the Lakeview Bar. I'll keep you abreast as to which ones become "champs." How is the idea for a Birthdays coming up are Eleanor Slinkman, Ginger Kel- creative sandwich coming ly, Helen Tellock, Kitty along? Are you thinking real Bolyard, Berneil Nelson, and hard? If so, fill out the form and belated greetmgs to Am Arens. get it in real soon. Also has the May your next 39 years be Cotillion idea struck your fan- great ones! cy? If so, get that form filled Among our Minute Men, and out, too. l am now calling them "Minute Been thinkin' - "it doesn't Folks," is MargaretKlare who take an optimist to be thankful painted all the card room - just an observant heart; chairs so that we now have a home-keeping hearts are the bridge ensemble at each table happiest;" and March is an in- and we do thank her! terirn to Spring and comes to The 50/50 Club has two trips greet a winter-weary world. scheduled for the coming Nature keeps her own schedule months. On April 19, in lieu of - it is man who loses patience. a meeting, they will travel to Kay and Jim Hecker drove to Falls Church and also ride Vineland over the weekend and White's Ferry. Do note this on while there visited her sister your calendar and meet at 9 and her husband and a brother of mine and Jim. am. at the Clubhouse to car- pool this trip. Now on May 17, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 19113 there is a trip scheduled for the Viv Mclntosh and I attended Aquarium but note this, weare an AARP luncheon and trying to get a bus load to meeting on Thursday in simplify the transportation and Charles Town. This was my to get group rates also at the first in this neck of the woods Aquarium, if you can go, do get and I found it most interesting busy immediately and let and enjoyable. The covered Margaret Stringer know dish luncheon included many 725~, let the phone ring, so varieties and was delish. ~ that she may engage a bus. We Joseph Litz, president, chaired need 40 people. The bus, if got- the meeting. Birthdays and a ten, will leave from the 50th wedding anniversary were Cl~ats:30a.m. Youwill celebrated in song. I was hap- be on your own for lunch that py to see Jess Hunter "my daY. associate in press crime" at my At bridge on Wednesday, table. From Shannondalewere Mary Horan, mother of Terry Bob and Lorraine Ricketts, New business concerned itself a vacation visit to South wish them the very best! with AARPBanquetonMay 12 Carolina to see the former Had a nice letter from Writers' Guild To at Cliffside Inn at 6:50 p.m. Shannandalians, Jennie and Marion Owens. She and Jim costing $'7.50. Pop Singers wiJ] NeLson Thorne send ,heir b.t to a.Meet On March 20 entertain. There will he an an- Right now she is convalescing~The Shenandoah v~n,v nual picnic Thursday, July 14 at Another treat occurredfrom foot surgery and Jim is Wn'ke~"~ ' Gutld'- wtll'- meet at: Morgan's Grove Fair Park. on Friday when Viv and I went "chief cook and bottle washer." Lord Fairfax Community Col- to hear the Pop Singers Concert Dottie Henkle, too, wishes to be lege Sunday, March 20, at 2:30 A report was given of the ,at the High School. This was a remembered to all and says she p.m. The featured speaker is day's Board Meeting; a past culmination of their 1982-83 did not envy us when all that William J. Reckin of president, Bob Ricketts gave a theme work. As usual, these white stuff came down. Springfield, Virginia. token of appreciation to the bright, talented "guys and "To make a smile come, so Reckin is the creator of outgoing president, ArrahMae gals" did a great job. Ifullyex- they say, brings thirteen "Crock", the syndicated car- Lehman, for an outstanding pect to read about some of muscles into play; while if you toon carried locally in the job. All in all, the meeting was them in years to come as they want a ~rown to thrive, you've Washington Post and has also most informative, well- pursue their ambitions got to work up sixty-five." published "Crock" books. conducted and I am happy I Reading over the Spotlight List Have a happy! The Guild extends a warm in- became a member. I can see they not only sing well vitation to attend to all Valley Mr. and Mrs. William but have chosen highly esteem- Sharpless have returned after ed, competitive futures and we G|VO 1110 United Way residents interested in any phase of creative writing. Mills met the group and en- Battye and Benny Riecks, El joyed some playing. She hails and Bernie Westkamp. Bob is from Silver Springs and we Assistant State Director. hope she'll do an encore soon. Business included help in filling will be no Fellowship out tax forms; emergency Dinner this month as the Club telephone numbers; new of. calendar is filled for the pro- ricers on Executive Board are jected date. Betty Litz and George Lewis; ~ ~ Mrs. Kerri Roberts, original- Bertye Riecks is first V.P. and #'~i ~ ly from Australia and now liv- John Van Tel was named se- ~~ ingin Arlington, wishes to condV.P.; LorraineRicketts, /~~l~> % :~ thank the Woman's Club of St. Legislation, spoke well about ff. James, Father O'Connell and new Social Security measures " " the Lonas' family for donations now before the Senate; the in- ,<~ to the victims of the recent portance of reading The Silver severe fires in the down-under Spirit with its many pertinent " area. Even that far away, facts; to find out if any Shannandalians' generosity is measure has passed we can use ~ extended, toll free number 1-800-642-8650 Been having lunch at the during the hours of 9-5; the I0 Club and the menu is varied, per cent withholding tax on delicious, nicely served and savings; West Virginia News best of all, ~ble. Mike included bills on auto in- Philippi is our handsome, plea- surance; hospital costs; public sant waiter, so folks, give it a utilities; state tax on in- try and make life easier for heritance; bills on supplemen- yourselves, tary appropriations for On the 19th we have our St. teachers; funds for Social Set- Pat's Dance so I hope our vices andDept, of Welfareet . CAN'T BEAT STATE AUTO. 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