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SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 9 THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1978 c Locast Hill Among on Garden Week Tour HILL", above, is just one of five homes all opened for the first Historic Garden Week in Virginia, Middleburg area tour on 23, from 1 to 5 p.m., and Monday, April 24, from I0 a.m. to 5 :by the Fauquier-Loudoun Garden Club and the Leesburg Garden area tour will benefit the restoration of historic gardens of Virginia. encompassed by woods of un- timbered oak, stone walls, and pastures, "Locust Hill", a hands(,me, Georgian-style brick mansion with a breathtaking view of the mountains and, "Salamander Farm", where house and stable were built entirely of field stone "picked up off the place". area tour in town: a pre-la00, story house attached to "Ceilidh", a i wall. Also are three lovely which is FOR YOUR 00ETE MIX "Owner-collected" antiques and sporting paintings, needlepoint rugs, handsome woodwork, Boxwood and magnificent old trees are just some of the delights of this tour, Tour Headquarters will be at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church Parrish House in the center of Middleburg on Rt. 50. Tour hours on Sunday, April 23, are from 1 to 5 p.m. and on Monday, April 24, from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. Block tickets are $7.00, single admission $2.00. For in- formation, call 703-777-1125 or 703-364-1460. KABLETOWN A[[ C " Mrs. MariannaSmallwood , Handle o crete ]L J  A postponement: The obs Professiona Kabletown Ladies Aid Society Bake Sale scheduled for " "PORTs, PATIOS* DRIVEWAYS Saturday, April 15, has been KS BASEMENT FLOORS postponed until a later-date. The FI ISHI G ,, rummage sale Thursday and Friday, Alril 20 and 21. There*' - I.,E. ] TURF CONCRETE w.lfor sale.beitemsther than closing PRODUCTS The March meeting of the / [)ivkia. nf Tin4 Sntarnr|tat Kabletown E. H. Club met at :,,. - ..... " ........ r ..... 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs i'*12 or/2s.92aa Charles Town, W.Va. James Dailey, Belvedere , ._:., .... R PROTEIN BILLS WITH MOPRO t.u,D PROTEIN COMPARE OUR FEED TAG I "Guaranteed Sugar (Energy) t Proper Nitrogen to Sulphur Ratio Guaranteed Trace Minerals VlT A 25000 I.U. VIT D 6250 I.U. VIT E 7.5 I.U. 00)lt SPRING ..SUMMER PASTURE 16 % GAIN 'N' GROW DISTRIBUTED BY PEOPLES SUPPLY CHARLES TOWN WEST VIRGINIA 25414 304- 725- 8454 MANUFACTURED BY: FURMAN E. HENDRIX, INC. WHITEHALL, MD. 21161 301 - 472- 4343 I president, opened the meeting with the Pledge to the Flag. Mrs. ,Richard Dailey gave the i devotions reading "the Easter Story. "The Seven Last Words on the Cross", a spring poem and closed with a prayer by Peter Marshal. Our hostess, Mrs. James Dailey, presented the lesson, "Mark of a Creative Woman". Everyone is asked to use bits and pieces to create something at home, then bring it to the next meeting for Show and Tell. The routine business was transacted. Extension Homemakers week will be ob- served in May. Our club will be responsible for registration. There will be no exhibits at the Spring meeting. The Spring Tea is set for May 7 and there will be exhibits on the theme, "Onward, Ever Onward". Committee reports were given. Pennies for Friendship were collected. The i April meeting will be held at the i home of Mrs. John Rissler  Uinta Farm. The meeting closed i at 3:15 p.m. followed by a most i enjoyable social hour. Eleven members were present. Sunday afternoon, March 19 Mr. Richard Rowland afforded his mother, Mrs. Eva Rowland a most enjoyable drive. They were accompanied by Mrs. June Bohrer, Miss Laura White and Peggy. The outing included Berkeley Springs, Hancock, Big Poole, where they were callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bohrer, then to Williamsport, Md., then returning home. Mrs. Rowland, a semi-invalid, enjoyed the 4v2 hour drive. V. H. Peer Construction Company is digging a foundation for a 40'x60' dwelling and will grade for a road on what is locally known as the Marcus Orchard. The owner, Mr. Goode, from McLean, Va., is building the home near the entrance to Sen. Mac Mathias' home and plans to reside here upon completion of the home. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Soward and their two sons were shop- pers in Washington, D. C. on Friday where the former had a business appointment. Mr. and Mrs. Don Grubbs and children of Spring City, Pa., were holiday visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cloud. We are happy to see Mr. Cloud is able to travel about after being confined to his home for several months. Mike Alvarez has been on the sick list this past week. He was admitted to the Winchester Memorial Hospital for a check up. Mervin Roderick remains on the sick list and is to report Monday, March 27, in the University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Miss Joanne Brown, of Charles Town, and Mr. Dale Gaynor of Middleway, were united in marriage on Saturday, March 25 at 2 p,m., by the Hey. Clark Elliott, Pastor of the Middleway Pentecostal Church. Mr. Howard O. Bush, Mr. and' Mrs. Dick McDonald, their two children Andy and Teresa, and Mrs. Jessie Clipp spent Easter Sunday with the former's sons. Bob and sonny Bush and their families near Martinsburg, where they were joined by the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burdick, of Elkins. Mrs. Clarence Smallwood was a dinner guest of her sister-in- law, Mrs. Kable Johnson and the former's niece, Mrs. Janice Bosley, d Finksburg, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Johnson of Front Royal, Va., who had been dinner guests of the farter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr and family, were callers in the afternoon. Later Mrs. Smallwood called on Mrs. Raymond Boyer. Others at the Boyer home were her daughters, Mrs. John Livers and son John A., Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Moler and family, all of Martinsburg, and Mr.* and Mrs. Kenneth Moler. The Rev. Nancy Webb, Minister at Large, of Jefferson County U.M. Cooperative Parish, assisted the Rev. Joanne Alexander with Easter Day services which included Holy Communion. We were happy to welcome Mrs. Howard Baker and sister, Mrs. Richard Snyder, who accompanied their aunt, Miss Margaret Ware, Karol and Kathy McDonald, Mr. S.tephen Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Don Grubb and family. Spending their spring break from Martinsburg High School and Easter vacation were Karol and Kathy McDonald, who visited their grandmother, Mrs. Charles McDonald. Michael and Patty McDonald, of Summit Point, were also visited for several days. On Friday, they were joined by Susan and Charles wall for fun and Easter goodies at their grandmother's home. So sorry to hear that Mrs. Baker Penwell was indisposed at her home over the weekend. She and her grandchildren were missed at church services. Eight County Students flamed McMurran Scholm Eight Jefferson County students are among thirty-sis students who have newly been designated as Joseph McMurran Scholars at Shepherd College. The new scholars will be recognized in an assembly that is to be held in Reynolds Hall at t p.m., Tuesday, March 28. The students to be honored include Suellen L. Sager, Charles Town, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Sager;, Trudy E. Anders, Charles Town, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I William G. Anders; Mrs. Sally i Jackson, Ranson; Becki Sue I III Reese Shep herdstown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Reese; Mrs. Susan Banks Snyder, Shenandoah Junction, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Banks; Anita T. Smith, Shenandoah Junction, daughter of Rev. Fred A, Smith and Mrs. Mary T. Smith; Debora M. Griffith, Shepherd- stown, daughter of Donald R. i Griffith, and Mrs. Rebecca N. i Speaks, Harpers Ferry, daughter of Mrs. Jeanne Nerhood and the late Albert Nerhood. The Joseph MeMuraan Scholar award was instituted by the Shepherd College faculty in 1961 as the highest academic recognition bestowed at Shepherd College. To be con- sidered for the award the student must have earned a quality point average of 3.5 or better out of a possible 4.0 points. Wallaces divorced on seventh anniversary. I I 'l II AUCTIONEER Darwin K. Plumlee Rt. 1 Hedgesville, W.Va. 25414 I Ill Phones: 725-8874 ,r 263-5651 I1[ II % Register for drawlng...free gifts for all. No purchase necessaff.