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t SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE | 20 . THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1963 presented with a plaque and contmuing at7:30p.mnightly [mssenger were seriously hurt. were joined by friends of--Rt nortwLa' t h :ndorhasonOetmbee21or the-- will go on to further competi- through March 25th a Revival All concerned have a lot to be Frances' from Middleburg. tion. Congratulations to all of will be held at the Summit thankful for Frieda Kidwell has asked me the winners. Point Baptist Church. The I learned of another March to thank everyone for their i tient in the Winchester will be the Reverend Frank ' 14th - hope you had a happy"-. membrances. It all means so Memorial Hospital where he Johnson of Douglas Georgia. one, Carmen and many more. ve y much to both her and Jim- was admitted on Sunday and Special music will be a part of I ve been busy getting ready my. She hopes to thank will undergo surgery for an the services and a nursery will for my move and enjoying the everyone personally a little Shultz Realty Adds EmploYees William Shu]tz, broker of Shultz Realty, 513 North Mildred Street, Ranson, announces the expansion of the sales force for the firm, a move that will keep the offices open from 9 to 5 Monday through Saturday and on Sunday, after church, from 12 to 5. The new additions are, left to right, Peggy Smith, Lana Shultz, Patsy Noland and Donald Neill Noland, who have completed 90 hours of instruction and the West Virginia Real Estate examination. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Cram Dial 725-7777 I I I Illlll EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS MEET The Summit Point Extension Homemakers Club met on Thursday vening with Mrs. John Magaha at her home in Orchard Hills with sixteen of the members in attendance. The meeting was called to order by the president and was opened with devotions led by Mrs. Leroy Cheshire. During the business meeting it was voted to make a contribution to the 4-H Camp Frame scholar- ship fund and to the Special Olympics. Attention was called to the annual spring meeting which will be held in May. In- stead of the customary all-day meeting this year it will be held in the evening begh'ming with a family covered dish dinner. Preference leaflets were distributed to help in selecting lessons for future study and purposeful reading lists were given to those members who participate in the program. At the conclusion of the business meeting Mrs. ROy Vernon presented a very interesting lesson entitled "Personalize Your Home," using a number of hand-crafted items and magazine photographs to il- lustrate her subject. At the con- clusion of the program a plea- sant social hour was enjoyed during which a quiz was won by Mrs. Vernon and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess and her, co-hostess, Mrs. Wallace Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blickenstaff of Hagerstown, Md spent last week visiting with the latter's mother, Mrs. Philip Creamer, at Locust Grove, leaving there on Satur- day evening, called home by the death of Mr. Blickenstaff's grandmother. While here they spent the week working to renovate the Creamer tenant house which was badly damag. ed by smoke and water during a fire which broke out there in the late fall. Also visiting at the Creamer home on Sunday was Miss Deborah Roenigk of Shepberdstown. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bane returned home on March 7th from Houston, Texas where they had gone to visit with the latter's brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gift and to attend the Dairy Exposition at the Astrodome. While there they visited many places of in- terest in the area including the Space Center, the Galleria, Leeward's craft center and a rodeo at the Astrodome. Their trip to Houston was made by plans from Dulles Airport. The Reverend and Mrs. Glen Stevens and sons David and Glen Jr of the Baltimore area were in Summit Point on Fri- day to visit and have dinner with the Reverend and Mrs. David Wood and their daughters Heather and Dawn. During the afternoon they were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and their family. Mrs. Rikki Welsh left by plane on Thursday to spend ten days visiting with friends in Denver, Colorado and with One of her collegemates in Portland, Oregon. SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT Complimenting Miss Lori Ryan of Charles Town whose marriage to Pvt. 2 Ronald (Danny) Mills will be an event of April 2nd, his sister, Miss Nicole Nobrega entertained about twenty five friends and relatives at a surprise bridal shower held at her home in Or- chard Hills on Sunday after- noon. The guests enjoyed a very pleasa nt afternoon during which games were played and the guest of honor was presented with many lovely gifts. Attending from Summit Point were Mrs. Allen Glassford, Mrs. Clayton Stagner, Mrs. Jerry Bane and her daughter Lori, Miss Shoemaker and Mrs. Stuart Cram. The Parent-Teachers Association met at the South Jefferson Elementary School on Monday evening with many on hand to view the science pro- jects exhibited by the fourth, fifth and sixth grade students. Among the Summit Point students who were presented with awards by their science teacher, Mr. Thomas Wells and the PTA president Mrs. Daniel Hileman were Amy Bransom, Elizabeth Knott, Michelle Burns, John Rudolph and Joe Ceravalo. John Rudolph , whose project "Plants: Does Microwave affect Seed Growth,' earned a blue ribbon in the fourth grade division, was declared the overall win- ner of the competition. He was arterial by-pass in his neck on be provided for the very young. Thursday morning. The public is cordially invited As usual a phone call to Lisa to attend. Hileman was both enjoyable Little Misses Brenda and and rewarding for she always Stephanie Turner of has much to tell me. Although Brownsville, Md. spent the under a doctor's care for in- weekend visiting with their juries to the ligaments in her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. back suffered in an automobile Clayton Stagner at Monte View accident some weeks ago, she and on Sunday afternoon ac- still leads a very active life. Ad- companied their grandfather vised by her physician to give on a visit with his father, Mr. up her volunteer work at the Ross Stagner at his home near Jefferson Memorial Hospital Mannings. she is assisting now at the Op Miss Jodessa Richards of Shop operated in connection Middleway was a recent over- with the Old Opera House and night guest at the home of Miss is very excited about the many Amy Bramson. bargains to be found there. On The Summit Point Credenda March Ist she was a luncheon held a fashion show, the first of guest at the home of Mrs. what is planned to be an annual Jeanne Sanders in Winchester, event, at the Asbury United Va. helping the latter's Methodist Church in Charles daughter Lauren to celebrate Town on Tuesday evening. her fourth birthday and on the Mrs. Judy Phalen was the 7th she and Susan Corwine mistress of ceremonies for the spent a very enjoyable day show and her daughter Lee shopping in the Charles Town Ann, was one of the models area. The following Saturday displaying the fashions A morning she and Daniel and reception followed the show their daughter Amy attended which was a success and en- the presentation of "Aesop's joyed by all. Fables" at Shenandoah College John Rudolph was a dinner in Winchester, Va. and that guest on Friday evening at the evening "The Subject Was home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roses" at the Old Opera House Jovanelly and their children, in Charles Town. On Friday Kathy and Steve, in Charles afternoon Lisa visited with Town. Elizabeth Cheshire who is still Mr. William Scott, owner and suffering from the effects of a operator of the- Summit Point fall on the ice several weeks Speedway, will be the guest agowhich resulted in a broken speaker at the meeting of right wrist, and then on Satur- the South Jefferson Ruritan day the three Hilemans drove Club which will be held at 7:00 to Frederick, Md to have din- o'clock on March 21st in ner at the La Paz restaurant Middleway. & later to attend the presenta- The thunder storm which tion of a play entitled "Death struck Summit Point on Tues- Trap." Lisa reports that beth day afternoon severely damag- she and her husband are ed the steeple atop the bursting with pride because Methodist Church and windows their daughter Amy had won in the home of Miss Shirley the blue ribbon in a spelling bee Maconghtry adjacent to the held earlier at the school and church were broken out by the this past week had won another flying bricks. This was the se- for her entry in the Science cond misfortune in the cam- Fair. muuity in as many weeks, as the previous week fire had READATHON destr ed the contents of a The Summit Point- barn on the Bane farm which Midd leway Library will be pro- housed calves and a quantity of mating a readathen during the straw. The structure itseff was next month at the South Jeffer-. saved but unfortunately five son Elementary School. There calves were