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4 Easter Bunnies Visit Jeffersonian Manor Guests at the Jeffersonian Manor Nursing Home in Charles Town were not forgotten for Easter, as the Easter Bunny went through the home distributing miniature Bunny Baskets with buttered mints. Easter Bunny (alias Debbie Ring and her helper, her sister, Becky, shown above), had a delightful time visiting with the guests. The baskets, handmade, were a gift from two of the regular volunteers, Corn Jefferson and Naomi Barrow. The children are daughters of Larry and Susie Ring. tAAAAAAAAA. ~ Joan, and his mother, "vvvvvvvv.w~ Mrs. Virginia Feigley from MIDDLEWAY Moorefield, were Monday Naomi Barrow visitors with Mrs. Dora Dial 725-2500 Feigley. Naomi Barrow a~ded the funeral of Mrs. IAllian Price on Monday held at the Paynes Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chapel United Methodist Nicely from Shenandoah Church. Mrs. Price died at her Retreat, Virginia were Sun. home in Westminster, Md day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. unexpectedly on Friday. She H~,'ry Nicely. was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter David and Laura Swartz Kackley, Mr. and Mrs. James Barrow and sister of my Hounsben from Brucetown,, Mr. Stanley were Sunday evening visitors Barrow. with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Corn Jefferson, Virginia Ring St. Dunlap, Ruth Stevens and Mr, and Mrs. Austin Naomi Barrow from the Nicodemus were Sunday Village were among those who visitors with Mrs. Helen traveled to Baltimore on Shirley. Thursday and spent the day at Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Coulter the Inner Harbor. Many also from Martinsburg were visited the National Aquarium Wednesday visitors with Mr, and the Tropical Rain Forest. and Mrs. Lester White. The trip was sponsored by the Mr. and Mrs. Russell Senior Citizens Center in Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Charles Town. Myers and daughter, Mr. SYMPATHY Edgell Houchday, Mrs. Alice The Community extends Resh and Mrs. ~ Dawson love and sympathy to the from Cumberland, Md at- family of Mrs. Viola Dawson, tended the funeral of Mrs. Viola Dawson. Sunday visit~'s at the home of Mrs. Alma Swar were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Watson of Martinsburg, Mr, and Mrs. D.P. Mcnwee of Winchester, Mrs. Bertha Nicodemus and Miss Elsie Mac Dunlap. SFC and Mrs. Kenneth Snyder and d~dren LaDona, Kendra and Lesley from Fort Lee, Va Miss Velva White from Herndon and Sonny White were visitors for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. tester White. LaDona and Kendra remained with the Whites for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cain from Royce, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. James Cain. Mrs. Virginia Henshaw of the Charles Town Road was a Wednesday visitor with Mrs. Stanley I)-unn Sr. There will be a fellowship service on May Ist at 7 p.m. at the Full Gospel Pentecostal Church. Rev. James Peters from Chmberland, M& will be the guest speaker. On Sunday May 2nd at 2 p.m the church will celebrate their 3?rE" anniversary at the church, with Rev. Clark Elliott, pastor. The public is invited to both of these services, Mr. and Mrs. Harry James and daughter Mariam and Ruth from Martinsburg were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James. Rev. John Ernert and Rev. Joseph Vaughn from Rich- mond, Va were Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Stanley Dunn St. Rev. Clark EllioR, pastor of the Full Gospel Pentecostal Church at Middleway will be cm radio station WXVA ejch morning the week of May 3rd, at 7 a.m. Monday thru Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones from MarUnsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J es and children Jeffrey, Matthew, Mark and Kathy spent Sunday touring Skyline Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hough from Rans~ wee Friday v/sRe-s with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns visited with the ,Kearns. Mr. and Mrs. Grover who died on Tuesday of last week in the Valley View Nursing Home in Berkeley spmgs. Mrs, Lawrence Ring St returned home after spending some time with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Heironimus in Brncetown. Mrs. Heironimue is recuperating at her home ~ter being a surgical patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. There were many from the Village that attended the 25th anniversary Doubleday Employee Open House, held on Friday night. Mrs. Helen Shirley and Mrs. Naomi Barrow were Wed- nesday visitors with Mrs. Edith Jones in Martinsburg. Elizabeth Dailey, B, onn~ Dunn, Cindy Frenchman and Russell St were Saturday vtsRors with Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Brady in epherdstown. Mr. Brady is recuperating at home terbetng a mrst in the ho t . Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Czmpbell from Lmm,Md Noent Sunday Mrs. Ruth Jastm Feigley and his bride- Jeanette Taylor, from Mid- dleway and Summit Point, volunteers, will be knockin.g on your doors for the Jefferson Cottnty Cancer Crusade which is now underway. David Dawson from Woodbridge, Va was a Thursday visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicely. WEDDING B~ Congratulations to Kenny Ring and Tammy White who were united in marriage on Sunday afternoon at the Middieway United Methodist Church. Best wishes from friends in the Village. AAAAAAAAAA TV,~p, ,qT V V v "qT ~qT V- KABLETOWN Marianna Smailwood Dial 725-5707 A reply to the question "What's new in Kabletown" which was asked several thnes this past weekend was "the change in weather," wasn't the weekend weather marvelous! Those who make gardens found their fancies turning in this direction. Several gardens show peas, lettuce, radish and onions. Farmers discuss the prel ation of the soil for seeding. Despite the extreme cold weather earlier in the season the tulips, daffodils, jonquils are beautiful. For- sythia seemed to fill before the cold blast. The hum of the lawn mowers fill the air. Let's not forget to give thanks for our many blessings. While being furloughed from her employment at ~e and Harris Furniture Company, Winchester, Va. Mrs. Grace Rowland assisted by other members of her family is engaged in painting the exterior trim of her home. Mr. Paul Rowland had not been feeling up to par the past few weeks. He is employed on the Irvin King farm and orchard. Marlanna Snmllwood was a caller Thursday afternoon at " the home of Mrs. Katie Jenkins.Ranson. Mrs. Aleth~a Sealock is spending several days with her sister Mrs. Mary Poston, Berry lie. Va. Several members of the Kabletown Extension ~ker Club served as hostesses Saturday and Sunday at the Jefferson Museum. These were Mrs. Kitty Hughes, Mrs. Betty Cole, Mrs. Marianna Smallwood and Mrs. Sandy Dalley. Later Marlanna joined Kitty Hughes and her house guest Mrs. Annie Ritter, Berryville, Mrs. Marie Sowers, Mrs. Doris Dalley and Mrs. Alice Risaler in at- tendmce to the Old Opera House to enjoy "The Little Foxes," Quite a group of players who gave an excellent performance. One day this past week Billy Smith, his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Seal ac- companied the latter's daughter, Ms. Debra Smith on a tour through Doubleday, Inc. Berryville whore Debbie is employted. Each was given a hook of his choice. IRlly 725-5552 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1982 reports that he saw ~nd learned many things about making a book. Fisherman report that following their favorite sport has not been very satisfactory recently in the creeks as well as in the Shenandoah River. The belief is that the cool weather has been the reason. Ak ~kAAAAaL AkA A Ir v'V" "qT'~T V "NT'~r V NT RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 72-5-9098 .~k~k ~ ~ aL Ak~kAt~, qF V V'WTV V VVVNP Buddy and Audrey Graves and Little Bud of White Post and Toby Gordon spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Jenkins ~-. Mr. and Mrs. Michael White and Kyle of Winchester, were Sunday guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Sunday guests of Mrs. Helen Shirley at Hidden River. Mrs. Ellen Oliver ac- companied Mrs. Frances Penwell on Saturday to the South Jefferson ElementarY School Flea Market. Jimmy and Bonnie Jenkins of Stephens City. Ethel and Run Combs and Peggy, Irvin and Linda Jenkins and Little Marvin and Tuna of Summit Point were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodomus were Sun. night visitors of Mrs. Cora Jefferson in Middleway. Kathy Warner and David, of Winchester. Stac-e~, Jenkins of Stephens City, and Pammy and Tammy Graves of White Post, were callers at the home of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins St. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph W. Pope of Edgerton, Wisconsin arrived at the home of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus on Monday. They will he house guests for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Jenkins of Leetown had as their guests on Sunday night Kathy Warner and David of Win- chester, Pammy end Tammy Graves of White Post, and Stacey Jenkins of Stephens CRy. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were among those attending the anniversary Doubleday Employee Open House on Friday April 23. and Mrs. James Jenkins St spent Friday at the howe of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dodson and family in Leetown. TRY OUR DELl DELIGHTS Compare Our Prices Ring, Mickey Explain Tax Levies To Taxpayers Assn. The Jefferson County would be Taxpayers Association level of school (JCTA) hekl the April meeting the majority o on April 23. Countians would Mr. Ken Rin g reported on willing to pay the recent meeRng of the West that he would Virginia State Taxpayers additional ex Association held in available from Charleston. The projects and from new and positions of the State praisals. Association were generally Questions to supported by JCTA, which isa far ranging member of the state ~cussion of such organization. Some chuckles the tax were evident when Ring various Cla related the terminology for Society business the pl-oposed change from 60 problems of per cent to 50 per cent of the meaningful vote required for approval of a proposed school school levy. It has been of- budgets ficially designated as "Fair by' the state Education Opportunity state Supreme Powhatan School Students Hear Milibrook amendment," reminiscent of The next "Roads for Jobs and will be May 28. The Millbrook Chamber Orchestra continued Progress." Taxpayersthe Shenandoah generally believe that 60 per Ruritan Club. its success story on Sunday when it presented its. cent approval should be Co 1982 Mini-Season Children's Concert in the necessary for extra ex- U Creative Arts Center at Shepherd College. The penditure of this type. Injuff program, designed specifically for young people, Guest speaker and school was enjoyed by some 350 attentive young people board member, Warren Mickey described the school Forced To of all ages. Among these were Powhatan budget status and the case for The daughter School's pre-K and K students Ian Cross of a S year extension of the 87 per of an Orchard Shepherdstown, Gantt Miller of Charles Town, cent excess school tax levy suffered a "near and Virginians Meg Noland, Thomas and which wiU appear on the hailot early March Preston Schult,Wally Agner and Brent Emory, June Army The need for the ex 'a levy emergency shown on site with Dr. Gerald E. Zimmerman, is complicated by the ira- Virginia Millbrook conductor. The group had been visited pending county property Company's in their Boyee classroom earlier in the week by reappraisal, the study of softhaU field. Dr. Zimmerman who had described what they which is included in a twin- Dermis could expect to see and hear, in augmentation of cipal current project of JCTA. wife, Susie, (S The school board position is daughter of Mr. their music appreciation program, long a that m the absence of firm Warren Lusby feature atPowhatan, reappraisal figures and the mUs), were possibility, even though Route 495, the the Bolivar United Methodist remote, that the use of the way, when the Church. Everyone is welcome, reappraisal figures could be had struck BOLIVAR The EngleUnitedMethndist delayed, and also because moments earlier,~ Donna Hardy Women will have a bake sale budgeting needs cannot the forced at the Friendship Fire Hall, always be determined moment the Dial 535-2318 Saturday May ~,h at 9:00 a.m. beforehand for yet uniden- the col ~A,~~,~A ~ "The I~ckily, despite -vvvvvvvvv love Thy neighbor tiffed state requirements, dinner" that was held Sunday responsible fiscal practice evening April 26th at Bolivar requires passage of the ad- controland the United Methodist Church was ditional school levy. Mickey had struck were ! well attended. There were promised that his one vote in 5 over the place, members from Shenandoah mann Memorial Church, also Engle Jefferson County and is well exit and Church. Everyone enjoyed the known. dinner and fellowships Those attending the headquarters call. Luckily, too, together. With Hymn singing evaluation and fellowship injured in the after the dinner, meeting dinner at the Town Webster is a Layspeaker Reid Geronimo House Restaurant Mondayservice will he the Speaker at Engle night for the "Crusade for Mr. Lusby and Bolivar United Methodist Christ" held at the Washington Churches Sunday morningPresbyterian Church in Company for 27 May 2rid. The sermon will be Charles Town were Rev. retiring and from 2Corinthians 5th chapter Samuel Miller and his wife, diamond site 17th verse. Reid Geronimo has Rev. Arnold Hoffman, Edwin spoken at several churches in Pope, Reid Geronimo. occasions. Mr. & Mrs. Mervin Bartlett and family, Mr. Jeffrey Jones of Jefferson Md all had dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Jones on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nunn of Silver Spring, Md. were weekend visRors in Bolivar. Mrs. Mattie Singhas is now a patient of the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. We all wish hera get well soon. 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