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iaxwell E. Brown Retirement At HF Park E. Brown, a long y Coun- pets National Historical Park the honored guest at a party Thursday February 24 at the Training Center in Ferry. Max Brown's many Park friends, over 40 in at- presented him with gifts. Donald W. Camp- Park Superintendent, Brown a National Park Citation granted by E Dickenson, Director National Park Service which "Citation presented to E. Brown by the Na- Service on occasion and in grateful of nine years of public service to the of the United States of was Custo- Center the past six years. The late Major General was a close and per- and referred to him as the General with his farming chores. Max Brown resides on a sec- of his farm near Mar- with his wife Aretha. MIDDLEWAY Naomi Barrow Dial 725-2500 Rev and Mrs. Glenn Stevens Cumberland, Md, were luncheon guests with Virginia Pierce, Happy birthday to Ernest will be celebrating 87th birthday on March 18. wishes from your friends ~the area. Also, to Junior En- who will celebrate his bir- on March 21. Sunday dinner guests at the of Mrs. Beatrice Reed of Colorado, Cecil Miller of Mar- Joseph White from Virginia, Donald and ie Crum and daughter Crum, Sarah Place Crum of the Village. Mrs. Paul Hough, Mr. and William Mercer of Ran- Mrs. Virginia Miller, Mae Jay Kearns and Bertie were Sunday visitors Mrs. Thelma Kearns. There will be special services night, March 17 at the Church : Middleway. They will have music by the Gospel and Ray Berry will be Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Jones of Va SFC'and Mrs. Kendra and Lesley of were Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Bob Taylor of Inwood a Saturday visitor with Mr. Mrs. Max Dunn and l~x and Duane. Mrs. Debbie Elliott and with Rev. and Mrs. llr. and Mrs. Robert Hordes- Mrs. Margaret Kilmer, Fanme Grantham and Peggy GranUmm attend- concert held on Sunday :at the Calvary United Church in SYMPATHY Village extends their ,to the fatal- Jack Myers who died on morning in the Win- the son-in-law of Mr. and William Turner. dinner guests at home of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mr. Rondo Smallwood of Robinson Bill Crum of the Village guests Pat and White of Lakewood, and Mrs. Allen Cam, James Cam and Mrs. They visited Mr. Charles H. Hough, ztbe Vetemm Hospital, Mr. Hong, h expects to return to his home later in the week. Mr. and Mrs. William Lee and daughter Tiffany of Light's Trailer Park and Mrs. Ruth Moreland spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. John Hammond in Shippensburg, Pa. Naomi Barrow spent Friday and was a luncheon guest with Mr. and Mrs, James Klunk in Greencastle, Pa They shopped in Waynesboro, Pa Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of Lakewood, Colo Mr. and Mrs. Gary Place of the Village attended "The Subject Was Roses" at the Old Opera House in Charles Town Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. White deported for their home in Col- orado on Tuesday after a twelve day vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Place. While here they attended the services at the Methodist Church in Mid- dleway, We are always happy to see our friends far from home. Joe and Emiley Hough of Sanford Florida were Friday overnight guests with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James The Hough's have been staying in Washington, DC. to be near their son Charles who had surgery in the Veterans Hospital. They returned to their home in Sanford on Sunday Happy birthday to William Turner. who celebrated his bir- thday on March 18th. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Watson of Martinsburg, Mrs. DP. McIlwee of Winchester were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Alma Swartz. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ran- dolph and daughter Barbara Ann, of Woodbridge, Va spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Gardnenmnd son Chuck. Mac and Jay Kearns were Sunday evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ran- dolph and daughter Barbara Ann of Woodbridge, Va Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Gardner and son Chuck, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns were Sun- day dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough in Rippon. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring and children Billy, Becky and Deb- bie, Joey, P.D and J.J. Gruber and Naomi Barrow were Wednesday dinner guests with bit. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring, Sr. We are happy to report that Mrs. George Gruber has returned home after being a surgical patient in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital. We wish Sandy a speedy recovery. Mrs. Betty Poston was a visitor this past week with Rev. and ,Mrs. Clark Elliott. ,Mrs. Helen Shirley entertain- ed on Sunday with a family din- ner in honor of her son-in-law, Mr. Kenneth Mills for his bir- thday. Dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills and girls Renee and Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Shirley and son Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden and daughter Stacie, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and children Soon, Lisa, Sherry and Krista and Mr. Reynolds Grove. Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr of the Village, Miss Eleanor James and Mrs:Anna Lee Brumabck were Saturday dinner guests with Mrs. Verna Liskey in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn and daughters Kristy, Kathy and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee and son s Mike and Aaron were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Stanley Dunn. Betty Poston, Mac Kearns, Tammy Ring, Norma Everhart, Dorothy McDonald and Elsie Mac Dunlap of Mid- dleway presented an evening of music at the Shenandoah Nur- sing Home in Charles Town on Saturday. Mary Chrisman was at the piano. "It's a total wreck !" Hig~ awards for personal injury or death in auto accidents mottdote at least $100.O00 Auto Liability oq m,od,q,m, coverage with your 'inde. rNmdenf agent llE INfdJILANCE ANO PdEALTY COMPANY WASHINGTON ALEXANDER & COOKE Sine 1870 110 N. Go~0 ge Strut Chor~ Town, W. Va. 725-2083 Looks as though spring is here. We saw our first robin on March 4. The Inwood-Bunker Hill Lions Club will sponsor an evening of music at the Musselman High School Auditorium on Saturday March 26 at 7:30 p.m. their 4th annual Night of Music featuring Barbershop Harmony on Broadway, to be performed by the Winchester Chapter of SPEBSQSA All club members have tickets and this is a fine singing group. The Middleway United Methodist Church wil hold ti'eir "Time to Grow," program this coming Sunday night March 20 from 6 till 8 pro. This is a four part service. It will begin with refreshments, followed by prayer service, song service and then the worship service. Everyone is welcome Mrs. Lynne Casto of Summit Point and Mrs. Susie Ring of the Village spent Monday with Mrs. Casto's parents Thelma and Junior Puffinburger in Green Springs, WNa. Miss Michelle Carper is a surgical patient in the City Hospital. She was taken there on Thursday of last week and had an appendicitis operation. We wish Michelle a speedy recover)'. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1983 The white card with the dark * - green border that has appeared SHEPHERDSTOWN in many Shepher istowners' Courtenay Cogan mailboxes tells of the opening Dial 876-3232 of a second shop at The Green- brier by Keith Knost. The shop wiU be in the arcade, right next Dr. Gerald Zimmerman, to the lower lobby, and Keith musical director of the and his staff have been busy Millbrook Chamber Orchestra, getting ready for the grand took his trumpet over to the opening on Saturday March 26. Country Day School last Friday The decor will feature a to give the students there a rhododendron motif in pink and preview of what to look forward green and the merchandise will to the annual children's concert be appropriate for a resort that will take place on Sunday atmosphere. March27. Various dignitaries~ in- The program will include cluding the president of The selections from "Stars Wars" Greenbrier, will help launch and from "Annie" as well as a the shop at a black tie cocktail rendition of "The Stars and porty the night before the open- Stripes Forever" and Haydn's ing About 75 friends from the "Toy Symphony." Eastern Panhandle and the The concert will he at 4 p.m. Charleston area plan to attend. at the Shepherd College At The Greenbrier this week Creative Arts Center and is have been many women from port of the regular concert this area attending the State series. Meeting of Garden Clubs, from Dr. Zimmerman told the Sunday through Wednesday children that music is a Shepherdstowners were Mrs. language that expresses emo- Stafford Koonce, Mrs. Jerry tions and explained to them Hockman and Ms. Michael how a composer first gets an Cross, representing the idea and then creates a score Potomac Garden Club. In addi- for the musicians to play from. tion to attending workshops, He added that his role as a con- delegates installed new of- ductor is to use sign language ricers, including Mrs. Vincent to communicate with the whole Townsend of Berkeley County orchestra so that everyone can as state president. play together and produce the Shepherdstowners who sound the composer intended, belong to the VA Wives Club / MOTORS, INC. "Home Of Service" Dea*er NO !838 PHONE 662-2500 Located at Route 7 and Interltate 81 Wlnchelter, VI. DISCOVER THE GRAND ADVENTURE. . Adventure starts with Dodge Ramcharger. 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RANSON Mrs. Geraldine Link Dial I 5-7258 17 Fleeta Writt and Missouri Link, children Dawn, Bo, Man- Boyd were among a group to dy, Jason and Sherry Frye at- take a bus trip to Florida last tended the Pop Singers Concert II II ITll I I week. on Saturday night at the Jeffer- A reminder of the upcoming son High School. yard and bake sale to be held on Sympathy is extended to the Friday and Saturday April 8 family of Mary M. Wolford. She and 9 for the benefit of the Jef- was a sister of Mrs. John ferson County Nutrition Site. /Alva) Hargett of Tuscawilla The sale will be held in the Hills. parking lot at the site. In case Bo Link is at home and now of rain it will he held inside, back to school after being a Anyone wishing to donate at- medical patient for a week in ticles or baked goods, please the Jefferson Memorial call Betty Walkins at 725-4161, Hospital. Geraldine Link 726-7258, or at FRATERNITY CLEANING the Nutrition Site at 725-9500. 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