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Fashion Show Success, Another Is Possible denda, the home-to-be for I unwed mothers, at the Ichool house at Summit + hosted a fashion show at United Methodist WVon March 8. It was at- ,more than a hundred by Tuesday's walked through a garden of yellow and (provided by Van and through a hung with silk flowers the horticulture class Rumsey Vo-Tech. showed the latest styles a new shop Town specializing in clothes for women and Diamond's Smart the Washington Shop, Judy's, and The fashion show hosted by and for the benefit of Credenda, Jefferson County's future home for unwed mothers, was a success -- so much so that it led sponsors to suggest another one in the future. Janet Harner, one of the many who modeled, is seen in a pink coral suit from Judy's. Penney's, while wearing many of the merchants ex- spring shoes from the pressed a desire to do another e Center in Charles Town. show with and for Credenda. In fashions shown were response, Mrs. Denise Jackson the themes of leisure one of the founders of Creden- cts wear, summer fun, da, stated, "If we have another , into evening, and were fashion show (and it is quite for juniors, misses and possible) there will be an entire ~izes. segment on Queen size fashiom e who attended the and a special on children's t show enjoyed fashions." ments provided by the She also said that she had of Asbury United thoroughly enjoyed working ~t Church under the with everyone involved and anship of Mrs. Helenespecially thanked Judy During the refresh- Phalen s and Betty Wilt for time around the their help and advice and ex- Mly decorated table,pressed her pleasure at having of the audience re- the opportunity to meet those too,he: such show and who attended the fashion show. FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE +, Th. CHARLES TOWN --*- MOOSE FRIDA Y NIGHT "LEE BROTHERS" 10:00 P.M. -- 2:00 A.M. FOR MEMBERS OF THE MOOSE ONL Y mmm a O N . ARTHUR, D.V.M. VETERINARIAN-- ON POPPY CHEWING puppies, while they are want to chew on Dog owners are amazed at the of damage that their ball of fluff can bathroom, with a minimum of such objects. Better yet, put him in a pen of his own This is also a good technique for housebreaking On the positive side, a dog which receives plenty of atten- tion and exercise is seldom destructive. Make it a habit to take him for walks and play games with him whenever possible. A tired and contented pup is not likely to get into too much mischief+ Brought to you as a public serv~e from: HUNTERS HILL ANIMAL HOSPITAL 550 East Liberty Street 725-6595 children's favmate et~. can be easily ruined. though they will outgrow older, they be allowed wanton at any time. Give the puppy a safe toy of own. Keep cloak,s closed. puppy where can cbew things up. If it is to confine him in ,be it should be in a room as the kitchen or 20 BEAUTIFUL COLOR PORTRAITS S Total Pocke~e Price Includes 95' Deposit 2 DA YS ONL YI! FRIDAY MARCH lleh Photographer on Duty IO:O0 A.M. -- $ P.M. 10:OO A.M. -- 7 P.M. SATURDAY.} MARCH IWh Charles Town t|t~ ~d 1+~ r,ur p~4~apher tu ~' ce+w chamjt,%t~J,ut,~ g~aranleed +a mt CV : !~tl-rrprt.~t rv(ur.h~d ttlf. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1983 9 Chades Town Junior Band Giving Concert The Charles Town Junior High School Band will give a benefit concert on Wednesday, March 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Wright Denny School. Proceeds from the presenta- tion will be utilized in meeting travel expenses for a late April trip to Ocean City, MD, to par- ticipate in a music festival. Admission will be $1 for adults, 50 cents for children. Presgraves Emcee Pageant Edgewood Homemakers Inspect Craft Ruby Brady admires a Members contributed to the "Needlepoint House" held by Sally Clapper, who hosted the Edgewood Homemakers Ex- tension Club. The house can be salt box which in turn will be program. Ruby Brady told of donated toward the restoration the upcoming changes in the of the Grist Mill at Jackson's hand books for the coming Mill. year. Part Welsh led the group A donation from the club was in a point game with the winner sent to the County 4-H IYFE Becky McDonald. FRITTS D [] CARPET -- UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS I [] FREE ESTIMA TES WITH THIS COUPON 1 Chair FREE with any Sofa J i 1-9' x 12' room FREE with [] any 2 rooms .= Jmli Charles Town 725-9734 " - [] Door ~ were provided by used as a bun warmer, as it is lined with fabric or a pretty Diamonds, the Washington centerpiece. This plastic Specialty Shop and by Joan needlepoint material can be cut /~ Seeley. The names of the prize winners were drawn by Chris- +~, into a variety of shapes for needlepoint. ,~ ty and "T.J. ', children of Mr. Several members made and Mrs. Thomas Jackson, Christmas ornaments and founders of Credenda. Mistress of Ceremonies was Bessie Welsh sent examples of ! HEAD Judy Phalen. Music was pro- Glenn Presgraves (above j, bookmarks in the shape of a vided by Laura Crosby. C o or-sports director for WHAG-TV, Cross. With tbiseraftyoucan! ~.~ HUNTERS dinating behind the scenes Hagerstown, Md will emcee use up extra yarn and use a were Betty Wilt and Antionette the second anual Miss Spring variety of colors. Pam Miller (Tony) Crum. Decorating was Blossom Pageant April 2 at 7 showed a crocheted boot in Welcomes planned and executed by Joan p.m. at Heritage Hall in orange and brown that could he [~ Seeley. Posters and tickets Harpers Ferry. used asacentepiece, etc. -" . Jeanne were designed and printed by An 16-year-veteran of radio Becky McDonald presided in Accent Quick Printing ofandte]evision, hehasalsojudg- the absence of the president. ~ ~ L Martinsburg. ed and emceed many pageants, Devotions were presented by ake including Miss Shepherd Isobelle Creamer titled to itsstoff Wayside GardenClub College. "Threshold of Time." The club o - For the pageant, age groups participated in making phone ~ . ~ Kanson Meeting March 22 =l~: girls, 1-3, 4-6, 7-I0, II-14 calls for the bloodmobile and and 15-18; boys, 3-5, 6-10. also helped with the blood- ~ 725-8080 Members of the Wayside Contestants will be judged on mobile in Charles Town+ ! A DOUG WHITE, Owner + Garden Club are reminded of beauty, poise, overall ap- New business discussed was their upcoming meeting onpoarance and personality The the upcoming Special Olympics March 22. entry fee is $15. For complete on April 29 at Jefferson High The meeting will be at the information contact Marlin School. A visit toLocust Grove ~ nnGore, Becky Jones, Sherry Townsley home of Miss Louise Boyd. This James at 304-725-8528 or Becky Nursing Home is coming up. (~- ~g'~ ~.~ ~c~ f-.r~~f ~:L,~g'~ ~~ ~ Reserve a place NOW in our FREE Facial Fitness (:lass. Learn,/ techniques to lift and firm your most visible mt s(:le Your Face! A MUST FOR DIETERS! A LIFT WITHOUT SURGERY! FACIAL FITNESS CLASS-SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1 PM meeting was not published in Liskey at 725-1728. the yearbook. " All proceeds go to the Charles Members are reminded of Town and Brunswick Jefferson horticulture specimens and any Rockettes Majorette Drum flower show practices. Corps for marching hats. ORT ;WE UP.l: .AT! Pants Tops Shorts New M ini-Skirts Compare ! Calvin Klein and Gloria Vanderbilt AT We have Sasson, Jordache, Chic, Sergio Valenti, Hang Ten, Ocean Pacific, Happy Legs, Members Only, You Babes . Ladies Sportswear 20t W. Washington St. Charles Town 725-1370 THE TUDIO 725-0350 CHARLES TOWN PLAZA '"'i >: : e e Savor an authentic Maryland Style Crab Cake : a delicate blend of minced crab- meat with herbs G spices in a thick cream- style sauce. Lightly breaded and fried to a golden brown. "Good only at": Route 340 CHARLES TOWN PLAZA Charles Town, W. Va t