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Flag Contributed To Fair unds The Jefferson County Fairgrounds has a new Flag, thanks to the generous con- of John and Ann Wilkins (left), mere- of the Ridgerunners 4-H Club of Shenandoah Jim Staley (right), County Extension and secretary of the Jefferson County Association, accepted the gift in behalf of Fair Association. The flag draped the coffin John and Ann's grandfather who recently away. John and Ann are the son and of Mr. and Mrs. Van Wilkins of Junction and are active in 4-H beef, photography projects. SHANNONDALE alga Waiters Call 725-6102 think spring has finally Do not overdo now in your yards and gar- to mmff. 112dnk spr part of the country is petulantly waiting for, the most of every birthday to Mary Betty Colgrove, Ruth Ward and Vivlan Kilpatrick. Have a happy, gab, and many more, too! On Holy Sam"day, Gary Millard Viands 1I was bap- tized at St. Andrew's on the with the church acting as godparents. He is the son of Edna and Gary Viands. Congratulations, Gary H! The Easter bunny stopped at the home of Earl W. and Cindy Love and left a little Jeffrey Daniel Love, who weighed 8 pounds, 6 otmces. Grandma Mary Alice Love is also ecstatic Our thought for the week is- NOW ! ! ! NURSERY SCHOOL TOO!!!! Our Quality, Phase IV* PR[- -SCHOOL LEARNING PROGRAM is available for those parents wanting only a MORNING PROGRAM 9:00.11:30 Monday. Friday Now takingapplications for the Present1[ 6mmer Session s 15 per week (Some spaces are open for full days from 6:30 a.m. to S:$0 p.m./ LITTLE PEOPLES PLACE 725-1625 Few of us do as much as we want to for others. But there is one gift we can always bestow- a Smile! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dolan of Shawnee Mission, Kansas, visited Vivlan Mclnteah after first vl ting their daughter, Cathy, recently graduated from SAIS in Washington, D.C. She will work in Manhattan. The Dolans are second cousins d Vivlan on her maternal said. Also visiting Vivlan was Edith Hall, Howard's sister, who came on from Clay Center, Kansas. She attended the Garden Club meeting as Vivian's guest. She goes on to Manhattan to visit her daughter, Marnie, and later her son, Jerry. Of course, you're ready for the Woman's Club Dinner Dance on the first of May? Bill Krantz is providing the music and gals, here's a chance to spring out in the new duds you bought after the recent fashion MIOW. Our chef, Kay Keller, deserves a great deal of praise. During the past week, 1000 meals were served in our lovely dining room. Last Sunday's brunch alone ac- counted for 92. You know the old saying "You build a better mouse trap, etc". A nice, cooperative disposition ac- companies this gal's culinary talent. The recent Garden Club's Flower Show was successftd and pretty. Those "Bloomin' Bulbs" proclaimed the advent of spring and graced the tables in the dining room. The entries included daffodils, tulips, hyacinths - all in various sizes; also other spring flowers and flowering tubers. Judging were Ruth Flanagan, a well-known judge, and Gale Butler, the Prez of the Berk-mar Garden Club. Winners were: Joe a blue and a red ribbon; Eleanor Slinkman, a blue and a red; Fran Johnson, a red, gold and white; Vivian Mclntosh, 4 blues and a white; Bess Malay, I red, 2 blues and a white; Bertye Riecks, a red; Mary Badin, a red, blue and 2 gold; Kitty Bolyard, a gold; Elaine Amos, a blue and a red; Sue Nowell a blue, red and a gold. Our Prez, Wanna Phillips, had represented us at Greenbrier at the State Garden Clubs' Convention. Her report in- eluded empha~ on Camp Caesar, a Garden Club camp; the West Virginia Scholar- ships; membership growth; litter control and the various LICENSE # 257 4/2Qt82 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1982 awards for this; markers for meet. Maybe bird sanctu ries. By the way, West Virginia is considered a Bird Sanctuary. Care is an important project and this is the 20th anniversary of that; building on our seacoast and Atlantic islands was con- sidered; and the Garden Clubs suggested writing to your legislators and Governor to protest any movements against these projects. Women carry clout and should use it. The Lighthouse at Cape Hatteras and the Boone Trial received attention. Also suggested were free dumping areas to curtail dumping any place; insulation to conserve energy; ideas for con- servation of our natural resources. Our own Garden Club was complimented for answering all correspondence promptly and for our fine description of our Memorial Garden and the Iron Furnace. Mention was made of the number of state Garden Clubs - their donations to various projects; they had flower shows and 23 wild flower walks and now there are 3,50,000 members. This was an excellent report by Wanna and we could see that she had used her time ef- fectively. At our own Club meeting we gave out pencils and literature which had been given us by Southern States and we now thank them. Our new librarian for our Garden Club here is Lois Petti.We thank Dottle Woodall for having had it before this. There are many good books which can be used by the members. Speaking of Nature Walks, our Garden Club has one on May 11 along the Appalachian Trail starting at the home of Anna Marie Weare. I'U tell you all about it after I have "trailed" or gotten the info from some more adventurous souls. Perhaps we shall un. cover some treasure in our walk-who knows? The 50-50 Club has one member, Sally Miller, who has agreed to teach anyone how to crochet or knit on some of the Tuesdays when they someone" else has a talent he or she would like to share. This is a generous idea and cne worth pursuing. Maybe some desires on your part, ff once made known, can evoke a willing teacher from the group. Have you gotten your tickets from Payne Slinkman for the St. James - St. Peter's Men's Club Dance on May 8th at our Club? Again there will be the big band sound. Tickets are $5 and this is a great way to usher in spring with your best gal. On May 8th the Garden Club will hold its annual Plant and Bake Sale at the Clubhouse. Here's a chance to get Mom a plant and also ease the baking chores by buying a cake for Mother's Day. Anyone may donate plants or cakes or any edible goodies - these will be gratefully accepted on May 8th from 10 to 11 a.vh. Also ff you are planning to have Mother's Day dinner at the Club, get your reservations in no later than May 6th. On Friday, May 23, Girl Scouts Sandy Dobson and Candy Johnson, and some Garden Club members held Arbor Day ceremonies and planted at the Club House. This is an annual event sponsored by the local Gar- den Club. Bess and Ray Maloy at- tended an Elderhostel at the University of North Texas at Denton. They studied In- ternational Affairs and Music. The latter included opera, music concerts in jazz, per- cussion and symphony. A new computer type of music wad given and Bess said that this is one of the two Universities in' the country that offers a major in Jazz. While at the University, the International Students' week was celebrated. These students appeared in their native costume; they invited the Elderhostel folks to a banquet and a program of native dancing. Later the Maloys visited the Bower family, which represents a niece and nephew. The Harry Smiths did some visiting and some shopping at "That's wet cement !" From the day your home constraction starts, you have liability, theft, and property damage risks. Protect yourself immediately with Builders Risk or a Homeowner Policy from the Moore Ir uraface and Realty Company, Washington, Alexander and Cooke Agency. MOORE INSURANCE AND REALTY COMPANY WASHINGTON,ALEXANDER And COOKE SINCE 1870 Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 110 N. George St. 725-2011,1 |1111111 II1 San Antonio, Texas. Those visited were the Webbs and the buying was done at the Starving Artists' Show which lasted two days. Here nothing costs more than 25 dollars and represents some lovely work. Anna Marie Weare and George Weare had house guests Phyllis Weare from 5 George Smith, Jr. We were I m r.l u .r happy to see C-oldie Viana as her usual perky self again and Banquet At Zion have learned that Jack Irwin is up and about. On a sad note, Episcopal churchwomen we wish to extend our sym- may bring a friend, a cousin, pathy to Buddy and Acky V'mna on the loss of their brother, Ray, recently, On the 3rd of May, young Patrick Hendrick will from then on be known as Patrick Luray, Va and Joseph and Elearnor Weare from D.C. AU Pittma and aD are delighted. or a mother-in-law, in lieu of a dauehter to the Mother- Daughter banquet to be held in the Zion Episcopal Church parish house Tuesday evening May 4 at 6:30. Preparation of the food is under the direction of the enjoyed the "view from the top." Our sick folks who need your prayers and good wishes are Nancy Kelvington, Mr. Treadway, the mother of Dwane Treadway, Don Hendricks, Ill, Bill Bienert, Mike Blum, Alberta Ensor, Sylvia recently went to an affair for the nurses at Church Home Hospital where she trained. There were 150 nurses there - one was a spry, young 96 - she had graduated as a nurse way back in 1911. They say "good nurses never die - they just lose their patients." laymen of the church. This once-a-year project to honor the ladies will also include entertainment with pop singers on hand to add music to the festivities. Tickets are available at the church office, or at the door; $2for adults, $1 for those 12-18, and children under 12 are free. PAN TRAN OFFICE BERKELEY PLAZA W.VA. 876-2456 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Mortinsburg, W. 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