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i: r Crim's arm is 1 the mend and she for next week. cooperation months hasi the news fun for i your former i of Mr. and of Charles formerly resided attended a at the Lions honor of their ,-y,,, Propps and the Homeroom Jefferson school year. prevalent games for all. equally ex- the fun to be and Mrs. Clay Jan of Tuscawilla and Joe Town, were f Mr. and Mrs. md sons. Also ned as ts. Then on Spunich guest in the Allen Mrs. and Nicole to Berea, pus of  where Vickie in the fall. enjoyable school and of his of Tuesday of his Nobrega in Easter father, Mr. of Hershey, her paternal and Mrs. at their home Creamer and Son of Locust Several days of the for- mer's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Patterson d Chapel, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Wimer and son Paul, of Parsons, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip SmaIIwood on Wednesday to spend Easter with them. It was necessary for Mr. Wimer to return home on Sun- day, but the rest of his family remained in the Smallwood home to continue their visit until he returns for them the following Sunday. We offer our congratulations to Mrs. Margaret Crim upon the recent birth of her grand- daughter born on Thursday, March 23, to her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Crim of Winchester. The baby weighed 7 lbs. and 7 oz. at birth and her parents chose the name Summer Dawn. On Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons visited with Mrs. Ernest Webb and 1 Parker of Orchard Hills. Parker accompanied the Rudolph's home to spend the night, i There was a good crowd at the skating party held at the Berryville rink on Thursday. The Busy Bees 4-H Club spon- sored it and appreciate your patronage. On Thursday, Mr. and Mrs_ Americua Qualini of Darkesville, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and Mrs. Stuart Crim of Monte View. And Sunday guests in the home were Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Turner, Jr., and daughter! Brenda, of Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron i and son Jimmy. i On Friday, Beth Jenkins i accompanied Mrs. Richard i Hadley and daughter Linda of i Rippon, to see the movie Can- dleshoe, at a theater in Win- chester. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and family were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Menear of Buchanon and Mrs. Daniel Menear of Baltimore. The Rev. Charles Frum returned to the pulpit to preach this week following his lengthy illness. Mr. and Mrs. David Rowland and daughter Mary of Hager- stown, visited the former's mother, Mrs. Gertrude Rowland on Sunday. Earlier in the day they visited with Mrs. Minnie Crim at the Jeffersonian Manor. On Sunday, many families and friends here celebrated Easter dinner 'together" in 'eir respective homes or restaurants. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Crim and daughter Melody joined the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rodgers and her sister Virginia, ING OUT SALE ly farm I will sell the following located 6 W. Va. i mile east of Route 11 at SATURDAY,.. APRIL 8th E.,INNING AT 10:30 A.M. BEEF CATTLE [EAD ANGUS BEEF CATTLE 18 quality steer and heifer 450 to 750 Ibs.) FARM MACHINERY 175 Diesel Tractor approximately 2000 Power and Differential lock, Massey- Tractor approximately 1000 hours with Harris Model No. 30 Tractor with new battery, cultivator, boom and teflon coated harrell, M. F. No. 82 3 - M. F. No. 75 6' cut heavy duty F. model No. 132 utility leader, with two Model No. 41 7' cut rear mounted F. Model No. 29 3 pt. hitch wheel rake- corn planter with fertilizer attachment, - 2 bottom 14" Oliver Radex plows trip 12 P.T.O. Hay bailer 4 yrs. old - In- - 13-7 semi-mounted grain drill in Oliver light disc harrow - I. H. heavy New Idea manure spreader P.T.O. like i. David Bradley elevator with 1 H. 12 A N.I. manure spreader, lever harrow, M. M. combine with new platform scales - corn sheller, agon running gears for hay racks - Barb Wire Fence Stretchers, Wards - shovels, forks, steel drums, chains, log chains, wedges, ve for elevator- Lot of junk and to mention. Lot of lumber also boards, electric welder 220 volt, andwatering troughs, Creep Feeder. EQUIPMENT grinder, iron pot and stirrer, ladles, 2 TRUCK a - with approximately 50,000 miles - nO heavy duty dump bed. Stock racks Sides. Motor bike. EQUIPMENT :units sterling lavel milkers, vacuum pipeline. 2 stainless steel wash up heater, tank sprayer bucket rack Butchering Equipment, Farm Equipment and Cattle. Bedington Ruritan Club. othing to be removed until settled accidents on premises. FRED B. "JACK" RICE rd ',Ned,,. Morrow March 30-2t and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smallwood and children Maggie and Shannon, all of Charles Town, at dinner in the steak house on Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee, Jr., and son Edward, Ill, of Kearneysville; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McKee of Arlington; Mrs. Meadie Gochenour and children Cindy and Tim of Bedington; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Oft and daughter Kathy of Kearneysville; and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson and son Picky of Middleway enjoyed dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee on Sunday. Mr. Chuck Dawson of Jop- patown, spent the weekend at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jenkins and children, Beth and Laney. And on Sunday afternoon they motored to Winchester to have dinner at the Holiday Inn. Mr. Blaine Holliday of Mar- tinsburg; Mr. Wade Wharton and Miss Flora Price of Charles Town, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Uiis Johnson and Donnie. The latter couple remained as dinner guests in the evening. [ of Bunker Hill, the Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. John Bradbury [ Mrs. james Towner of Charles of Landsdale, Pa., and their[ Town; the Rev. Glenn Stevens daughter Gloria, a student at the ] and sons, of Fork, Md,; Mr. and Shenandoah College in Win-] chester, and Mr. Richard I Mrs. Clay Stamey and children, Nowack, of Phil., Pa., were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph weekend guests in the home of and sons and their house guests, the Rev. and Mrs. David Wood and children Heather and Dawn. On Sunday, Many friends of the Wood's gathered in their home to share dinner. Those that par- ticipated were Mrs. Patty Babb, of Vienna, Va.; Mrs. Rose Yablonski and children of Winchester; Mr. Clarence Davis the Bradbury's, and Mr. Nowack. The main event of the day was the celebration of Karen Stamey's 16th birthday and Dawn Wood's 8th. The Stevens remained overnight with the Wood family and his sons spent the night in the Rudolph home. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 30,1978 Anthony W. Gales Appointed To Non Com Officer Status SHREVEPORT, hA. -- An- thony W. Gales, son of Mrs. Jean Johnson, of Rt. 2, Shenandoah Junction, has been appointed to non-commissioned officer (NCO) status in the U.S. Air Force. The newly selected sergeant completed required training in management, leadership, human relations and NCO responsibilities, before being considered for this new rank. Sergeant Gales is a duplicating specialist at Barksdale AFB, La. The sergeant is a 1973 graduate of Jefferson High School. His wife Stephanie, is the daughter of Mrs. Patricia Me- Cracken of 4322 N. 52rid St., Omaha, Neb. The sergeant's father, Arthur H. Gales, resides at 111 Cecil St., Winchester, Va. His grand- mother, Mrs. Ella Gladys Harris, resides in Shepherd- BLown. 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