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14 8PIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1978 Woman's Club Wins District Award At Greenbrier Confab Mrs. John (Margaret Bloom) Lyter, right, a dedicated worker in community affairs for the Woman's Club of Charles Town, is shown above right accepting the Community Improvement Project Award for outstanding club work in the Eastern District. The Charles Town Club won first place for its entry over eight other clubs which participated. Also shown is Mrs. Donald Sypolt, Masontown, state chairman, and Guy Eberhart, Sears Robuck representative, Chicago, rll. The local club also won the Governor's Bowl a few years ago for its outstanding beautification work three years running when Mrs. Lyter was president of the club and also the Shell Oil Company's Scholarship Award one year for its outstanding youth project. Excitement prevailed at the 72rid annual Convention of the West Virginia Federation of Woman's Club at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. The varied community projects which Mrs. Margaret Bloom Lyter (Mrs. John) put into three categories, Health- Youth-Recreation, in reporting as Community Improvement Chairman for the Charles Town Woman's Club, impressed the judges in the Sears Roebuck Foundation Awards. Guy Eherhart, of Chicago, Ill., presented the awards for the company. The silver tray and merit certificate was presented the club for the most outstanding work in the Eastern District, this being the only CIP Award in the District. It is the hope that this out- standing honor award will stimulate club members to work more in the field of health during Mrs. Ottie Mac Perdue's ad- ministration: Mrs. Perdue will emphasize health during her administration and has urged members to build on past ac- complishments and sow seeds that will reap many harvests to come and benefit mankind. She not only plans to en- courage young men and women to become family physicians, but establish a trust fund whereby the earnings will he used as grants for young men and women needing financial help to become doctors in West Virginia. Mrs. Perdue selected the theme "Sow Today and Reap Tomorrow" -- the acronym START. She insisted that the clubs begin now to think how they can sow seeds of im- provement. The Federation has 16,000 members. Mrs. Perdue, who is a supervisor of secondary language arts for Wayne County Schools, holds AB and MA degrees from Marshall" University. Mrs. C. F. Wall, president of the Woman's Club, of Charles Town, was proud of her club's activities and shewing at the convention, having won a Rhododendron Award for her increase in membership and an honor club award. Delegates attending were Mrs. Virginia McDonald, Mrs. George Ross and Mrs. Margaret Lyter. Miss Delores Perrott Bride Of Elmer Lester Butts, Jr. Delores Ann Perrott became the bride of Elmer Lester Butts, Jr., on January 29 at two o'clock in the afternoon in St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ranson. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Perrott, Sr., Rt. 1, Sharpsburg, Md. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Butts, Sr., of Hidden River, Charles Town. The Rev. Richard E. Neal officiated the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by Elmer L. Butts, Sr., the father of the groom. The bride appeared in a long white gown of satin, the veil falling from the tiara. She carried an arrangement of fall flowers. The matron of honor was Mrs. Blossom Butts, sister of the bride and she wore a long pink gown of organza with a pink satin bow tied at the waist and a pink corsage. James Morgan served as best man. All the men wore carnations. The groom's mother wore a long knitted gown of red and white. The reception was held at the Mr. & Mrs, Gageby To Be Honored At ]Reception April 16 The daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gageby are having an open house reception in honor of their parents 25th wedding anniversary at the Lion's Center in Ranson, on Sunday, April 16, from two until four p.m. All friends and relatives are cor- dially invited to attend. For That Right Gift For That 25th and 501h Be Sure To Stop By And See The Fine Gift Selection of Are Now Available in Our New Anniversary Gift Section And While Gift Shopping Look Over Our Fine Assortment of nUST  =.AFT Cards home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Butts, Sr., Hidden River. Mrs. Pearl Ware, aunt of the groom, served at the bride's table. Mrs. Butts is a 1975 graduate of Williamsport High School and is a graduate of Award Beauty School, Hagerstown, Md. Mr. Butts attended schools in Baltimore, Md., then joined the Job Corps in Kentucky. He was, formerly with the Marines and is now with Supreme Block Hagerstown, Md. Something new was her gown and veil, which was made by Mrs. Thelma Meliott, of Maryland, and something old were her shoes, which were silver. Something borrowed were her necklace and earrings of cameo from Mrs. L. Butts. Something blue were some of the flowers in her bouquet. Out-of-town guests attended the wedding from points in Maryland and Virginia. The bouquet was given to Miss Sherry Ware, cousin of the groom. The couple is now residing in Kearneysville. i C.W. THEATRE Charles Town, W.Va. PHONE: 725 - 5212 BURT REYNOLDS IN "SEMI TOUGH" I Ojc Fibrosis Bike-Mhon Set Sunday at 1:30 Millions of children have lung- damaging diseases. Every day is a struggle for breath for these kids. Please become involved in the Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-Then in Charles Town to he held Sunday, April 16th, at 1:30 p.m. at the Shenandoah Downs parking lot. Prizes include a $15 gift cer- tificate from Ramey's Shoe Center, a $15 gift certificate from Western Auto and a bike radio from Radio Shack. Refreshments will also be served for the event, for which entry forms may be obtained at SCOTT & WHITE Charles Town Pharmacy for YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY 125 W. Washington St.- Charles Town, W.Va. NEWLY REMODELED REVA N. MICKEY Democratic Candidate For County Commission Kabletown District The Woman that will DO What she can where she is with what she has. Authorized by the Can- didate April 13-IT I II I I when N nothing else is good enough [] Perfect Granite Superb Craftsmanship [] Custom Design Serv,ce FJ Written Guarantee Without Time Limit Thal's *thai makes am the mosl trusled name in memorials Martinsburg Granite Works 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Mortinsburg, W.Va. --- FREE--- CUSTOMER PARKING I I local schools and at the Peoples Bank of Charles Town. All youngsters are urged to participate in this fun event for a worthwhile cause. Tri-Stands' Concert Zion BapUs Church The Tri-Stands of London, Md., will appear in concert at the Zion Baptist Church, Sun- day, April 16, at 4 p.m. The public is invited to come and enjoy an evening of spiritual music. Refreshments will he served following the service. Deacon Earl Edwards, sponsor, Rev. Alvin Parris, pastor. Region 9 Dinner Meeting Scheduled In Harpers Ferry 1 The Eastern Panhandle I Regional Planning and' Development Council, Region 9, I will hold a general membership[ meeting on April 19, at Cliffside [ in Harpers Ferry. The dinner for members will begin at 6:30 p.m. The business meeting which begins at 7:30 p.m. is open to the public. Sen. Randolph Speaker For Travel Council Senator Jennings Randolph, senior Senator from the State of West Virginia, will be the principal speaker at the Third Annual Dinner Meeting of the membership of the Eastern Gateway Travel Council being held at the Cliffside Motor Inn in Harpers Ferry on Thursday, April 20th. Senator Randolph, who has played a major role in the development of the Appalachian Highway System, a road system which has had a significant effect on travel in West Virginia, will address the Eastern Gateway Travel Council members on the impact of the travel industry on the local and state economy. A brief meeting to nominate members to serve on the Board of Directors will follow the address by Senator Randolph. Reservations to attend must he made on or before April 17th and may be obtained from the EGTC Office, 110 W. Burke St., Martinsburg, 267-8287. All members, prospective mem- bers, friends and family are invited to attend. Kite Day Announced At C. W. Shipley School C. W. Shipley Elementary School will he holding a Kite Day on Saturday, April 22, it was announced. The rain date for the event will be April 29. Kite Day will begin at I0 a.m. and entries are open for everyone, including adults. Pre- registration will end at 9:30 a.m., April 22. Entry fees will he fifteen cents. For further information, contact C. w. Shipley Elementary School at 725-4395. WALLPAPER SALE 20 % OFF ON ALL PATTERNS THRU APRIL 24th. RIDDLEBERGER'S 211 W. Washington St. PHONE: 725- 2624 SHRIMP FEED & DANCE All You Can Eat Jackson Perk's Post 71 Charles Town, W.Va. SATURDAY, April 15th Feed Starts at 6:30 p.m. s8.00 Stag... $15.00 Drag March 30-3T Reliability And Friendly Service Come in and stock up on all your ftrst aids, vitamins and beauty supplies now! STUCK, ALGER Pharmacy, Inc. DIAL-- 725-2621 Charles Town HOURS: Daily 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday - 12 to 1:00 p.m. Mr. and Hinto.n Mark 50th Wedding Ann,versaff !- In celebration of their fiftieth wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton were honored with a reception given by their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps and their great-nieces, Mrs. Donald "Trina" Dunn and Miss Tracey Propps, at the Lion's Center in Ranson from two until five o'clock on Sunday, March 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Hinton were married by the Rev. W. D. Keene at the Asbury Methodist Parsonage in Charles Town on Thursday, March 15th, 1928, in a ceremony witnessed by the latter's sisters, Mrs. Ruth Owens and Mrs. Margaret and her daughter all of whom were i present at their golden wedding celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Hinton are members of the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit in Summit Point and spent their entire married life in that community until moving to Charles Town nine years ago where they now reside on South Church Street. Prior to the reception Mrs. Donald Dunn presented her uncle with a yellow carnation boutonniere and her aunt with a corsage of yellow rosebuds and white baby's breath which she pinned to the floor length rose gown in which she received her guests. Receiving with Mr. and Mrs. Hinton were Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps. The center was attractively decorated for the occasion with gold and white streamers and white hells and was further enhanced by the many lovely floral tributes. The guests were served from a long table overlaid with a white linen cloth which was centered with a beautiful arrangement of yellow taurus, white daisies and baby's breath in a silver bowl and golden candles in silver candle holders. The punch bowls of silver and crystal were presided over by Mrs. J. J. Wysong and Miss Tracey Propps. The five-tiered wedding cake was served frora table which golden theme with table cove of yellow daisieS breath. The cake, with white leaves, featured pedestals, a rosebuds, yellow baby's breath second and third topped with a gold wedding was served by her Mrs. Donald great-niece, Miss was in charge of I which was trimmed in gold with a gold mother, Mrs. in charge of the Floating hostess the reception waS Viands. During the beautiful and prayer was Mrs. Hinton and the Hey. James The honored recipients of floral tributes from their one thirty fi who were Virginia, Oh and West were many c )hone calls who were Leary I and 3, Harpers his first Air Force. Leary, , recently co I training at and is now AFB, Del. aircraft fuel with a unit of I Command. ROSEN'S 117 3 Big Days, THURS., FRIDA Ladies Shells Bath REG. 6.99 to 10.00 50 0 IrrL oft8 NOW JUST 27 X Ladies Pajamas Throw REG. 6.00 $39qP e.g. 1.7$ Size 1 to 40 RainbOW Ladies Handbags 5.99 Sheet Reg. 7.00NOW 200 ONLY! 8.99 Work Pants Men'S Size 29 to 42 7 SO GroUP 4 Colors Were to Boy's Sport Shirts Short Sieove Size #O0 & 4 to 16 Boys Better Slacks ....,o ,2oo s4oo Children s Shoes Mes Group That 3 0 0 GroUP' Were to 12.99 Wero f "P-F" Tennis Shoos .am.n,. S4" White g Navy