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April 6, 1978

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Talks Landscape Shannondale Club at Center, Road, on was their own as to a most in- talk was books and to | member of necessary as a certified program of of the he Garden al serve as of outdoor can't  the most need to As an it is where should design check aPortant is and their tenets of of her of having completed Course I and I1. Mrs. Elaine Amos, President of the Shannondale Club ex- pressed her gratitude to Ruth Simmons for taking the time to share with the members her expert knowledge on Landscape Design. Mrs. Amos also thanked all the members who assisted with the convention a the Greenbrier and a very special thanks to Sue Kriemelmeyer for all her efforts as Chairperson of Registration and to Mr. Dale Pace who made and contributed bird houses and bird feeders. Mrs. Amos also welcomed two guests, Mrs. Elaine Warren and Mrs. Debbie Saunders.The next scheduled meeting will be April 17th, 11 a.m., at the Mountain Community Center. KEARNEYSVILLE Mrs. Wallace Welsh DiM 876-684S Little six year old Heather Basore had an unfortunate accident Thursday, and broke her arm in several places. She is a patient in City Hospital, room 225. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ercei A. Basore said she will be in the hospital for around a week, but she will be home from school for a month. We wish her a speedy recovery and I know she would enjoy hearing from her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Youler, Somerset, Pa., spent Easter holidays with Mrl and Mrs. Darwain Youler and family. Easter visitors of Mrs. Edith Thomas and family were Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Ingru, Front Royal, Va. Due to the inclement weather last Saturday, the annual Easter egg hunt at the Grace United Church of Christ was moved indoors, but the spirit was high when they looked for the many colored eggs. Winners in the first Look! We had our pictL,n ; taken with aTV star[ ,Big Bird[ Choose one 5x7 or 4 wallet sizes in natural color, group up to six years old were, prize egg, Timmie Walls; most found, Heather Basore and Jamie Welsh; money egg, Mark Bowers. The older group was prize egg, chris Walls; most found, Tony Burkhart and Lee Carper; money eggs, Kevin Stride and Larry Burkhart. The youngsters enjoyed kool-aid and they each received a treat. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Ham- stead motored to Grafton, i W.Va., to visit with her aunt, Mrs. Ruby Sturm and uncle, Virgil Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wlllingham, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eisenhart and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and son, spent the week before Easter in Florida. They stepped at Disney World and on to Sea World in Orlando. They enjoyed the glass bottom boats at Silver Springs and took a jungle cruise which featured live animals. The weather was just beautiful the whole week they were there, but I what a surprise when they awoke Easter Sunday and saw all the ice on the trees. Yes, they wished they were back in sunny Florida. Dinner guests Easter Sunday of Mrs. Dorothy Thomas and son, Kenny, were Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Thomas and daughter, Littlesto,wn, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thomas and children; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thomas and Shelly; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Thomas and Mrs. Charlotte Padgett and Jimmie, and Laura Payne. Mrs. Salome Sturgis ac- companied Mrs. Blanche Everhart to visit her aunt, Mrs. i Lula Harp, who is a resident at the Homewood Church Home in Wiiliamsport, Md. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Putman were their two daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Buckey Stolipher and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. Ercel A. Basore Kim, Todd and Heather spent Easter Sunday and had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Foutz. Earl Welsh who celebrated his "77th" birthday, March 24, was treated to birthday cake on COme, have your child's photo taken with One of the gang from Sesame Street TM. Pick tig Bird Cookie Monster, or Bert and Emie Stuffed characters. elect from several different poses. Copies nd enlargements available at higher prices. Wo or three children (to age 12)in one .oto, 2.98. , appointment necessary. Charge it. Same toys and clothes available at JCPenney SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 15 THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1978 PICTURES, BROCURES OF COUNTY Craigsville, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mason and children; Program. in the U. S. Air Force's Delayed FEATURED CHARLES TOWN LIBRARY Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and The meeting to be conducted Enlistment Program today, family; Mr. and Mrs. Rob by Mayor Paul Courtney and according to SSgt. Leon A. Braithwaite and family; Mrs. John Anzivino, Regional Johnson, Air Force-Recruiter. Judy Williams and children : Mr. Planner with the Eastern Kevin is the husband of Sandra and Mrs. Irvin Athey and Pahnhandle Regional Planning Williams Mason of Charles daughter. This weekend the and Development Council, Town, W. Va. Creamer's grandchildren Tessa, Region 9, is part of the citizen Kevin is presently attending DeeDee, Stephanie and David process required by HUD in Jefferson County High School Rickard and Kim and Kelly filing for block grants. At this and is scheduled for enlistment Williams were house guests, hearing the citizens of Bolivar in the Regular Air Force on Also, this Sunday, Mrs. Creamer will have the opportunity to air September 13th. Upon and Mrs. Fannie Boyd motored their views about the neds of the graduation from the Air Force's to Hillsboro, Va., to call the community, six-week basic training course, Rickard family. The meeting will be held in the he is scheduled to receive Wesley Welsh celebrated his gymnasium at Harpers Ferry technical training in the "9th" birthday, April 3. He was Junior High School and will Helicopter Mechanical career treated to supper out on begin at 7:30 p.m. and not end area. Saturday by his parents, Mr. and before 8:30 p.m. He will be earning credits Mrs. Wallace Welsh and little toward an associate degree in brother, Jamie. On Sunday, the Kevin V. Mason applied sciences through the family enjoyed birthday cake. Community College of the Air Both display cases in the Old Charles Town He received many nice gifts, Enlists Air ForcB Force while attending basic and Library feature pictures and brochures of Jef- cards and money, from his other Air Force technical ferson County and West Virginia as shown in the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin V. Mason, son of Mr. training schools. above picture. This very interesting showing was Earl Welsh, Mr. and Ms. Miles and Mrs. Gene P. Mason of arranged by Mrs. Margie Groves of the Jef- Baker, Mrs. Shrley Welsh and Charles Town, W. Va., enlisted Progress doesn't flow Lfamily and Mr. and Mrs. from excuses. ferson County Chamber of Commerce. Richard Welsh, and Cheryl. The Edgewood Homemakers Easter Sunday by his family. He vast area of the park. This was Extention Club will meet received many nice gifts. Kenny'sfirsttripintheairandit Wednesday nightAprill2, 7:30 Present were Mr. and Mrs. was quite an experience, p.m. at the home of Mrs. Henry Donald Welsh and Duane, Saturday evening, April 1, McDonald with the lesson on Columbia City, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Virginia Everhart was Woman's Role in Her Busband's Mrs. Robert Welsh and family; treated to a birthday supper at Retirement by Mrs. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welsh and Ferry Hill, with hostess, Mrs. Frye. The club members will for daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Salome Sturgis. Helping her also hold a white elephant sale. Wallace Welsh and sons. Callers celebrate was other family were Mr. and Mrs. Miles Baker. members, Mr. and Mrs. William [ivar To Hdd Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Everhart; Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Creamer, Dick and Mary and ramify and Miss Hearing April 20 Francis, enjoyed Easter dinner Mary Virginia Everhart and with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson friend. 011 HUD Block Grant and children, Keedysville, Md.; Visitors over the long Easter Mr. and Mrs. Ike McDonald and weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Harry The Town of Bolivar will hold daughters and Miss Ginger Creamer were Mr. and Mrs. a public hearing on Apri120,1978 Creamer, Chevy Chase, Md., Dave Rickard and children, in preparation for filing for a who spent the long Easter Hillsboro, Va.; Mrs. Ann An- HUD Community Development weekend with her parents, dagon and daughters, Block Grant Small Cities This past Saturday, Mrs. , j ,, Dorothy Thomas and Mrs. MadalinePutmanwentwitha Tired of looking tour group from Hagerstown, to Wheeling, W. Va., to see the live performance of Englebert Humperdink at the Civic Center. a t t h e s e m e f o u r The Consistory of the Grace United Church of Christ will meet this Sunday, April 9, in the educational building. W e IIs ? REVA N. MICKEY Kenny Thomas returned from them with a trip to Florida during Spring 00nange break at James Rumsey Vocational Center. He motored wall coverings from to Dover, Delaware to pick up a friend, Ricky Markem and they went on to Orlando and Daytona RIDDLEBERGER'S Beach. They found the perfect way to see Disney World, by 211 W. Washington St. helicopter, and see first hand the PHONE: 725 - 2624 I I I I I ii1|111 CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS Brought To You By I RAMEY'S RED (,ROSS HELP IN m.C:: FURNITURE BLOODMOBILE to clip this column out, and keep it ZION EPISCOPAL PARISH HOUSE around for wlhnrYyn'refuarrnau gang E..., Thursday,April 13,1978 The figures used here are thge00!eumllftu00iYcon:dsmsetr00daled|i: 1 0; 1 5 AM T04:1 5 PM at least 3 feet for traffic lanes in a room. In other words, in those areas of a room where people generally walk within a room, or from one room to another, don't put any two pieces of furniture closer than 3 feet to each other. On the other hand, where -you want to make a con- versation grouping, try to keep the farthest reaches 1 95 of that grouping no more , than 8 feet away. If seating pieces are farther away from each other than 8 feet, people have a hard time communicating easily. For a coffee table in front of a sofa, try to leave about 16 inches between them. Any further, and it's too long a reach while any closer and it's too hard to get in and out of the sofa. In dining rooms, the rule _ of thumb is to leave about tim M inches between a chair every and wall so there's room y for seating and serving. In a bedroom, most experts recommend put- [11[!1 ting the bed, if at all possible, on the wall away nds Cl CHARLES TOWN from the door so you don't have to walk around the bed everytime you enter APRIL 10th the bedroom. Any time you need help or suggestions, stop in and see us. You might also APRIL 1 lth enjoy seeing our fine selection of furnishings. 9:30 to 12 RAMEY'S FUNITURr. to 4:00 PM &APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. Va. Copyright